Amazon Wildlife Lodge.- By definition Tropical Rainforests Amazon Wildlife are hot and wet and this fact plays a large part in explaining why they are so special biologically in this amazon Travel , as I shall discuss later. But first, why are they hot and wet the sun shines most constantly and directly on the equator, lessening in intensity as you travel to amazon wildlife further north or south. The two Tropics Rainforest of Cancer and Capricorn mark the boundaries of the tropics and al tropical rainforests world-wide in amazon Peru. occur within these boundaries. The heat from the sun an average of 27°C y car round in Amazonia Peru warms the suria.ee of the earth and the air above it. This warm air rises taking with it water vapor (evaporated from the surfaces of leaves, rivers and lakes). As the moisture laden air rises it also cools and clouds build up until they become loo heavy with water and it rains. You might think it rains a lot where you live, especially if you’re English, but here in the Amazon Wildlife basin an average of 2,000 mm (79 inches / 2 metros) of rain falls each year, with some places getting as much as three metros, raining two hundred and fifty days out of three hundred and sixty five It is a common misconception that the rain falls constantly and equally throughout the year in fact the Tambopata rainforest, sandoval lake reserve, sandoval lake, amazon wildlife has distinct wet and dry seasons this phenomenon is very important to its inhabitants.
OUR LODGE IN PERU: AMAZON WILDLIFE LODGE