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Mist-shrouded Northern Rainforest

A rainy day in a North Queensland rainforest. Rainforest in Nth Queensland is defined as tropical rainforest and is thus floristically more diverse and structurally more complex than it's southern counterparts. The structure of a tropical rainforest consists of a number of vertical layers, including emergent trees reaching heights of 30m. Little light reaches the forest floor, and many plants are epiphytes or lianes (vines), growing on the trunks of trees.

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Mist-shrouded Northern Rainforest
Mist-shrouded Northern Rainforest

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