Tropical Rain forests

A tropical rain forest has a hot, moist bio me found near Earth's equator   When there is rain and sunshine plants grow faster and form into dense forests. These forests are known as tropical rain forests.  These ran forests become the habitat for birds and animals. Tall trees become homes for birds as there is food and shelter. There are very valuable hard-wood timber in these forests. Organized timber thieves cut down these trees , turn them into timber and carry them away. In the process these unscruplous men destroy the habitat of the birds and animals making them move on to other parts of forest, searching for food and shelter. Then these forests become over crowded. Food becomes scarce. As a result the animals begin to roam about in near by villages looking for food. Animals and birds begin to feed on the paddy lands and other cultivation. Tropical rain forests occur in areas of tropical rain forests climate in which there is no dry season - all months have an average precipitation of at least 60mm. This leads to the unending confrontation between man and animal leading to tragic ends.

And also we can see in some sources it's mentioned that tropical rain forests receive from 60 to 160 inches of precipitation that is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year.The farmers encroach on these forests, clear trees, burn them and open up vast stretches of land for cultivation. Within a few years the loses its fertility, the land dries up as there are no trees, the fertile layer of the land is swept away by the wind.  The farmer moves onto  another part  of the forest and continuous his destruction. By the year 2000 nearly two thirds of world's tropical rain forests were destroyed in this manner.