How have plants adapted to life in the rainforest?

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How have plants adapted to the rainforest?

  • Drip tips - water drains off the leaves. They have a wazy/hydrophobic coating to make them waterproof. Example: http://www.stockpix.com/image/2907.jpg
  • Buttress roots - massive roots in the air to stop tall trees toppling over. Example: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1181/1110143866_d1304698fd.jpg
  • Epiphytes - grow high up on branches without…

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