Climate in the Congo Rainforest
Average Rainfall is a little over 58 inches. With the minimum being around 18mm and the max being 222mm.
Average temperature in around 78 degrees Fahrenheit, with the minimum being 73 degrees Fahrenheit and the max being 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Congo Rainforest biome has two main seasons: one very long humid and rainy season (which will usually begin in March), and one shorter less rainy and humid season (which usually begins in November). But both of the seasons are still warm and humid for the most part because of the biome being positioned on the equator.
Net Primary Productivity
With our biome being the tropical rainforest it is the biome that gets the biggest amount of rainfall (more than 60 inches) and the longest growing season (all year). It covers only 11% of the earth's surface which is the second lowest only to the estuary biome that only covers 3% of the earth's surface. The tropical rainforest biome is the perfect place for foliage to flourish and it is the complete opposite of the tundra biome.
This biomes soil is very rich and heavy because of the amount of organic matter that decomposes into the soil. The soil is heavily coarse grained that is constructed with mostly sand and heavy and rich material.
Invasive and Endangered