The Tropical Lowland Evergreen Rainforest Gallery facsimile the most common forest type in Southeast Asia and in the Philippines where rainfall is more or less uniform throughout the year and the dry season is short. This exhibition features a diorama of dipterocarp forests which is a major component of tropical rainforest, with tree species reaching up to 40 to 70 meters in height as well as the threatened plants and animals as a result of deforestation and forest degradation. This gallery also showcases the historical researchers in the fields of zoology and botany along with newly described flora and fauna in the country.
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