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Tropics are the area of the Earth that lies between the Tropic of Cancer in the northern hemisphere and the Tropic of Capricorn in the southern hemisphere

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Tropic Gallery: Map of Ancient Egypt
Map of Ancient Egypt
Tropic Gallery: Portolan chart, 1591. Map of the Pacific Ocean
Portolan chart, 1591. Map of the Pacific Ocean
Tropic Gallery: Puerto Rico, Luquillo, El Yunque National Forest, Trail
Puerto Rico, Luquillo, El Yunque National Forest, Trail
Tropic Gallery: Carnival Cruise Line ships Truimph and Glory'
Carnival Cruise Line ships Truimph and Glory"
Tropic Gallery: Morpho cypris, blue morpho butterfly
Morpho cypris, blue morpho butterfly
Tropic Gallery: An outrigger canoe team practices off the coast of the island of Tahiti as the sun
An outrigger canoe team practices off the coast of the island of Tahiti as the sun
Tropic Gallery: Hawaii, Kauai, Tunnels Beach, Palm Tree On The Beach
Hawaii, Kauai, Tunnels Beach, Palm Tree On The Beach
Tropic Gallery: Carribean, Anguilla Island, Road Bay Harbour
Carribean, Anguilla Island, Road Bay Harbour
Tropic Gallery: Map of Peru 1683 Mallet
Map of Peru 1683 Mallet
Tropic Gallery: Dominican Republic, Punta Cana Region, Bavaro, Iberostar Grand Hotel, Pool View, evening
Dominican Republic, Punta Cana Region, Bavaro, Iberostar Grand Hotel, Pool View, evening
Tropic Gallery: Holland America Cruise Line
Holland America Cruise Line
Tropic Gallery: Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman Island, Underwater view of Southern Stingray (Dasyatis
Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman Island, Underwater view of Southern Stingray (Dasyatis
Tropic Gallery: Juruena, Brazil. Forested river bank reflected in the water with no clouds in the sky
Juruena, Brazil. Forested river bank reflected in the water with no clouds in the sky
Tropic Gallery: Coastline St. Kitts
Coastline St. Kitts
Tropic Gallery: Tropic Bird, by John James Audubon
Tropic Bird, by John James Audubon
Tropic Gallery: Seychelles, Indian Ocean, Aldabra Island Group, Aldabra Atoll, Picard Island
Seychelles, Indian Ocean, Aldabra Island Group, Aldabra Atoll, Picard Island
Tropic Gallery: Snowflake blenny C014 / 2886
Snowflake blenny C014 / 2886
Tropic Gallery: Beautiful Butterflies: A collector at work in New Guinea (colour litho)
Beautiful Butterflies: A collector at work in New Guinea (colour litho)
Tropic Gallery: Blue-headed Parrot (Pionus menstruus), CAPTIVE, Amazon Rainforest, ECUADOR. South America
Blue-headed Parrot (Pionus menstruus), CAPTIVE, Amazon Rainforest, ECUADOR. South America
Tropic Gallery: Jaguar (Panthera onca) Footprints, Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, ECUADOR
Jaguar (Panthera onca) Footprints, Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, ECUADOR
Tropic Gallery: Beach with islands, Manuel Antonio, Central Pacific Coast, Costa Rica, Central America
Beach with islands, Manuel Antonio, Central Pacific Coast, Costa Rica, Central America
Tropic Gallery: Sammamish Washington Photograph of Butterfly on Flowers
Sammamish Washington Photograph of Butterfly on Flowers
Tropic Gallery: Seychelles. Ilot St. Pierre (near Praslin Island)
Seychelles. Ilot St. Pierre (near Praslin Island)
Tropic Gallery: Caribbean, U.S. Virgin Islands, St.Thomas, Magens Bay
Caribbean, U.S. Virgin Islands, St.Thomas, Magens Bay
Tropic Gallery: Puerto Rico, North Coast, Karst Country, Utuado, Parque Ceremonial Indigena de Caguana
Puerto Rico, North Coast, Karst Country, Utuado, Parque Ceremonial Indigena de Caguana
Tropic Gallery: Dominican Republic, Samana Peninsula, Sanchez, view of Bahia de Samana bay
Dominican Republic, Samana Peninsula, Sanchez, view of Bahia de Samana bay
Tropic Gallery: Holland America Cruise Line, The Nodrdam in the Sir Francis Drake Channel
Holland America Cruise Line, The Nodrdam in the Sir Francis Drake Channel
Tropic Gallery: Puerto Rico - Filtered sunlight is shining down on a tropical forest stream. Vertical
Puerto Rico - Filtered sunlight is shining down on a tropical forest stream. Vertical
Tropic Gallery: Private yachts anchored in Opunohu Bay on the island of Moorea in the Society islands
Private yachts anchored in Opunohu Bay on the island of Moorea in the Society islands
Tropic Gallery: Ko Kradan, Talay Trang archipelago, Thailand
Ko Kradan, Talay Trang archipelago, Thailand
Tropic Gallery: White Sand Ridge, Bahamas Bank, Bahamas, Caribbean. Turquoise water and blue sky
White Sand Ridge, Bahamas Bank, Bahamas, Caribbean. Turquoise water and blue sky
Tropic Gallery: Whip Spider Or Tailess Whip Scorpion, Costa Rica, Central America
Whip Spider Or Tailess Whip Scorpion, Costa Rica, Central America
Tropic Gallery: Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, Capilla del Cristo, just outside the Parque de las Palomas
Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, Capilla del Cristo, just outside the Parque de las Palomas
Tropic Gallery: Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, Street with typical Colonial architecture
Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, Street with typical Colonial architecture
Tropic Gallery: North Huvadhoo Atoll, Southern Maldives, Indian Ocean
North Huvadhoo Atoll, Southern Maldives, Indian Ocean
Tropic Gallery: Indigenous Population of Cantagalo, c.1826 (w / c on paper) (see also 177054)
Indigenous Population of Cantagalo, c.1826 (w / c on paper) (see also 177054)
Tropic Gallery: Red-billed tropicbird, Phaethon aethereus
Red-billed tropicbird, Phaethon aethereus
Tropic Gallery: Red-tailed tropic bird, Phaethon rubricauda
Red-tailed tropic bird, Phaethon rubricauda
Tropic Gallery: Hawaiian Woman with a Fruit Basket on Her Head
Hawaiian Woman with a Fruit Basket on Her Head
Tropic Gallery: Tropic Beer
Tropic Beer
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. Bougainvillea flowers
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. Bougainvillea flowers
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A type of Hibiscus flower
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A type of Hibiscus flower
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A Angel's Trumpet flower
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A Angel's Trumpet flower
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A type of Lily flower
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A type of Lily flower
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A'ali'i flower
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. A'ali'i flower
Tropic Gallery: USA, Hawaii, Oahu. The Hibiscus is the official
USA, Hawaii, Oahu. The Hibiscus is the official
Tropic Gallery: Cattleya Orchid, (Cattleya skinneri), National
Cattleya Orchid, (Cattleya skinneri), National
Tropic Gallery: Orchid, (Huntleya barthii), Costa Rica
Orchid, (Huntleya barthii), Costa Rica


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Tropics are the area of the Earth that lies between the Tropic of Cancer in the northern hemisphere and the Tropic of Capricorn in the southern hemisphere. This region is known for its warm temperatures, abundant rainfall, and lush vegetation. The tropics are home to a wide variety of plants and animals, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

The climate in this region is characterized by hot temperatures year-round, with little variation from season to season. Rainfall is plentiful throughout most of the year, though some areas may experience dry seasons during certain times. The humidity level is also high due to evaporation from nearby bodies of water such as oceans or rivers. This combination creates an ideal environment for a variety of plants and animals to thrive.

The tropics are home to some unique species that have adapted over time to survive in this environment. These include tropical birds such as toucans and parrots; reptiles like iguanas; mammals like sloths; amphibians such as frogs; fish like piranhas; and insects including butterflies and beetles. Many species have evolved special adaptations that help them survive in their particular environment, such as bright colors or camouflage patterns on their skin or feathers that help them blend into their surroundings better than other animals would be able to do so without these adaptations

In addition to being home to a wide variety of wildlife, tropical regions also provide humans with resources they need for survival including food sources like fruits and vegetables as well as materials used for construction projects or clothing production. Tropical rainforests are especially important because they provide oxygen for us all while storing large amounts carbon dioxide which helps reduce global warming effects on our planet’s climate system

Overall, tropical regions offer an incredibly diverse array of life forms both animal and plant alike along with providing us humans with essential resources we need for survival making it one truly remarkable part our planet’s natural landscape!