The Tropical Rain forest biome is located in Central and South America, South Asia, Africa and Australia. Rain fall varies widely from a low of about 250cm of rain per year to about 450cm a year. That means a range from about 8-14 feet of rain per year. Warm and wet describes the tropical rain forest climate. The average annual temperature is also 20 degrees Celsius there is never a frost. The tropical rainforest is a forest of tall trees in a region of year round warmth. It’s found in most equatorial areas. Tropical rainforest are one of the oldest biomes on the Earth and therefore have a great variety of animals living there. They are spread through many parts of the world. It has different types of animal’s species and plants as well.