Trees don't flower and come into fruit at the same time in the Southeast Asian rainforest. Some trees only fruit once every three years, some only every ten year. The short nutrient cycle makes it difficult for trees to produce large amounts of fruit at regular intervals. Southeast Asian rainforests get an average of 79 inches of rain annually.
Asian Rainforest is not as dense and large as those of Amazon and Central Africa, but there are still rainforests in India, Southeast Asia, Borneo, Indonesia and New Guinea. The most famous animals of these forests are orangutans and tigers, which are not found in Africa or South America.
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