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it receives 30 to 60 inches of rain each year
a rainforest gets around 50 to 260 inches a year.
Yes. Both arctic and antarctic qualify as desert.
6 to 10 inches
A desert, any desert, is defined as a region that receives lessthan 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year.
it gets 9,000 precipitation
Polar climates get do not typically get precipitation. Do to thecold and the lack of moisture in the air they are usually drierclimates.
Tropical air is warm and moist due to high sea water evaporation. Polar air is cold and dry due to less evaporation taking place. Any rain is likely to fall as snow in the… polar regions.
Low precipitation . 6-10 inches per year
Antarctica is considered a desert, with annual precipitation of only 200 mm (8 inches) along the coast and far less inland.
Less then 10 inches.
the average rainfall in the tundra is 6-10 inches in a year.
No much. Average humidity on the continent is five percent. It is the driest continent on earth.
there is approximately a rain fall of 27 inches per month in the grasslands
Less than 10 inches