Are there rainforests anywhere in Mexico?
== == Yes, in the Yucatan Peninsula.
The echidna is an animal found in a range of habitats, including rainforests. They are found anywhere from bushland and woodlands, to deserts, plains and grasslands, to snowy mountains and rainforests. They are found in both tropical and temperate rainforests. Echidnas can be found wherever there are termites and ants.
Yes, but not all of it. Some rainforests are known as "highland jungle" or "cloud rainforests", and are located on the subtropical highlands of the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas. Other rainforests along the Gulf of Mexico and Yucatan peninsula are quite hot and humid with fairly constant temperatures averaging 24Â°C (75Â°F) and 28Â°C (83Â°F).
All the tropical rainforests are near the equator, therefore, they are a lot hotter. Temperate rainforests can be anywhere in the world (theres even one in Scotland!) therefore their temperatures vary. Because Tropical Rainforests are hot, their range of animals is bigger than the animals you find in a Temperate Rainforest.
Not all of it, but northern Mexico, both the mainland and Baja California, has extensive deserts. Farther south, in central Mexico, there are continental or temperate climates, and extensive mountainous areas. Southern Mexico is composed mostly of subtropical highland climates. To the southeast, the Yucatan peninsula includes rainforests and swamps.