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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 1 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.27

     challenging words:    faster, lived, rainforest, rainforests, tips, toxic, know, almost, bright, change, dart, dried, even, frog, hide, lazy

Other Languages
     Spanish: Bosques Tropicales


1     Do you know what a rainforest is? The name tells you. A rainforest is a forest that gets a lot of rain!
2     In tropical rainforests, summer seems to be the only season. It is hot and humid. Leaves do not change colors in the fall. Snow does not fall in the winter. If we lived there, we could wear shorts almost every day. Because it rains so much there, we would use our umbrellas a lot.
3     Many animals live in rainforests. We can find some odd animals there. The poison dart frog is tiny but deadly. It is one of the world's most toxic animals! It has bright colors to warn its enemies not to touch it. People who live in rainforests are not afraid of poison dart frogs. They put the poison on the tips of their darts (arrows). Once the poison is dried, they can be used for hunting.

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