Rain Forest & Wet Zone
The Wet Zone of the country is with dominant vegetation of high grown wetland and rain forests. The country’s highest rainfall is received by the zone and is a zone with waterfalls and rivers starting at the top. The Wet Zone is high in its bio diversity and has a high variety of wetland foliage and species. The wet zone also has the primary rain forest of the country, the Singharaja Rain forest. The rainforest is an example of evergreen forest, foliage, second growth forests and the cloud range creepers. The part of the country has the most of forest cover. These forests are categorized by the dense vegetation and several canopy layers, these layers stand in between 30-40 meters or even has exceeding up to around 45 meters. The Wet Zone forests and the dwelling animals are used to a living of the rain falling most months throughout the year. Rain forest zone is much less with human population and is home for most land area covering with rain forests being home to a lot of endemic and threatened species.