By Lauren Hauberg

Biotic and Abiotic Factors

Biotic factors are any living things in an envirnment. The tropical rainforest is full of life with apoximately 15 million different species of animals. A few examples of the many biotic feature are the rubber and bamboo trees, sloths, anteaters, poison dart frogs, lemurs, bromeliads, etc.

Abiotic factors of the rainforest include soil, water, rocks, light, and climate.