The Southeast Asian Rain forests are the oldest Rain forests dating back over 70 million years ago.
Southeast Asia is about 3,100mile long chain of about 20,000 islands between Asia and Australia.
It covers an area that is about as big as twice the size of Alaska. The average daily temperature is between 70-90 degrees and the humidity is always high.
Southeast Asia is losing its Rain forests faster than any other region.
Hundreds of animal and plant species are on the brink of extinction in Southeast Asia. If extinction occurs to a species it means that it is gone forever!
ANSWER THIS QUESTION TO RECEIVE YOUR CLUE FROM THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN RAIN FOREST:
“PLACE THESE TROPICAL RAINFORESTS IN ABC ORDER: Southeast Asian, Amazon, Congo Basin, Caribbean”