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How is a tropical wet climate similar to a tropical wet and dry climate and how are they different?

Tropical wet climates get rain year round. Tropical rainforests grow in this climate zone. Tropical wet and dry climates have a rainy season and a dry season. The vegetation is largely grass.

How are tropical rain forest and tropical wet dry climates alike?

They are similar because they both have warm temperatures. But they are different because tropical wet climates have more rain and thicker vegetation while in tropical wet/dry sunlight hits forest floor because the vegetation is not as thick.

Which is not a tropical country?

In Africa, the only nations that cannot be called tropical countries are Morocco and Tunisia in the north and Lesotho and Swaziland in the south. All the rest lie either entirely, or at least partly, in the tropics.

Which are tropical countries?

The 10 most affected tropical countries in order of infection included Brazil, India, Malaysia, Ecuador, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. The incidences in both categories are compared in Figure 2.

Which option best describes a tropical region?

➡✨Hot and humid or moderate temperature and heavy rainfall describes a tropical region…

Which of the following best describes a tropical a climate?

Tropical climates are characterized by monthly average temperatures of 18 ℃ (64.4 ℉) or higher year-round and feature hot temperatures. Annual precipitation is often abundant in tropical climates, and shows a seasonal rhythm to varying degrees.

What is tropical zone in short?

The tropics are the region of Earth surrounding the Equator. The tropics are also referred to as the tropical zone and the torrid zone (see geographical zone). The tropics include everywhere on Earth which is a subsolar point (the Sun is directly overhead) at least once during the solar year.

Why are temperatures highest in the tropical zone?

This is because as the dry air descends from high altitudes, its compression leads to an increase in its temperature. Therefore, air temperature in the tropics (42 degrees Celsius) is greater than that of the Equator (30 degrees Celsius). This is why tropical regions are hotter than the Equator.