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Jungle vs. Rainforest

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Main Difference

The main difference between Jungle and Rainforest is that the Jungle is a an impassable dense forest (typically tropical) and Rainforest is a type of forest with high rainfall.

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Wikipedia
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  • Jungle (noun)

    A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals.

  • Jungle (noun)

    A place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality.

    "It’s a jungle out there."

  • Jungle (noun)

    An area where hobos camp together.

  • Jungle (noun)

    A style of electronic music related to drum and bass.

  • Jungle (noun)

    A migrant camp.

  • Jungle (noun)

    a desert region

  • Jungle (noun)

    a hairy vulva

  • Rainforest (noun)

    A forest in a climate with high annual rainfall and no dry season.

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Webster Dictionary
  • Jungle (noun)

    an impenetrable equatorial forest

  • Jungle (noun)

    a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival

  • Jungle (noun)

    a place where hoboes camp

  • Rainforest (noun)

    a forest with heavy annual rainfall

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