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Jungle 's - The Untamed Wild Now in Your Control
 
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Jungle 's - The Untamed Wild Now in Your Control

by APH International
Platform: Android Rated: All Ages
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  • ASIN: B007PR7NFG
  • Original Release Date: 29 Mar 2012
  • Rated: All Ages This app may include dynamic content. What's this?
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,659 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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  • Jungle or Tropical forest refers to the dense, more or less impenetrable tropical rainforest biome with an abundance of animal and plant life. The term jungle is technically a synonym to Tropical Rainforest. The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala which referred to uncultivated land. Although the Sanskrit word refers to "dry land", it has been suggested that an Anglo-Indian interpretation led to its connotation as a dense "tangled thicket". While others have argued that a cognate word in Urdu did refer to forests.The term is prevalent in many languages of South Asia, and Iranian plateau, particularly in Bangla, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Punjabi and Persian.
  • About 10% of the Earth's land mass consists of the ecosystems that could qualify as jungle under the common usage of the word. 57% of all known terrestrial species live in jungle environments. In common usage, forests of northern Thailand or southern Guangdong in China would qualify, but scientifically, these are "monsoon forests" or "tropical deciduous forests" but not "rain forests".
  • As a forest biome, jungles are present in both equatorial and tropical climatic zones, and are associated with preclimax stages of the rainforest. In another technical context, jungle is distinguished from the ocean in that the former is a profuse thicket of tropical shrubs, vines, and small trees growing in areas outside the light-blocking canopy of a tropical rainforest. Hence, jungles are often found at the edges of climax rain-forests, where human activity may increase sunlight penetration.
  • Enjoy 11 recorded sounds from real Jungles

Product Description

Jungle or Tropical forest refers to the dense, more or less impenetrable tropical rainforest biome with an abundance of animal and plant life. The term jungle is technically a synonym to Tropical Rainforest. The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala which referred to uncultivated land. Although the Sanskrit word refers to "dry land", it has been suggested that an Anglo-Indian interpretation led to its connotation as a dense "tangled thicket". While others have argued that a cognate word in Urdu did refer to forests.The term is prevalent in many languages of South Asia, and Iranian plateau, particularly in Bangla, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Punjabi and Persian.
About 10% of the Earth's land mass consists of the ecosystems that could qualify as jungle under the common usage of the word. 57% of all known terrestrial species live in jungle environments. In common usage, forests of northern Thailand or southern Guangdong in China would qualify, but scientifically, these are "monsoon forests" or "tropical deciduous forests" but not "rain forests".
As a forest biome, jungles are present in both equatorial and tropical climatic zones, and are associated with preclimax stages of the rainforest. In another technical context, jungle is distinguished from the ocean in that the former is a profuse thicket of tropical shrubs, vines, and small trees growing in areas outside the light-blocking canopy of a tropical rainforest. Hence, jungles are often found at the edges of climax rain-forests, where human activity may increase sunlight penetration.

Enjoy 11 recorded sounds from real Jungles

Technical Details

  • Size: 3.4MB
  • Version: 1.0
  • Developed By: APH International
  • Application Permissions: (Help me understand what permissions mean)
    • Open network sockets
    • Access the vibration feature
  • Minimum Operating System: Android 1.5
  • Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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2.0 out of 5 stars Only Sounds 8 July 2012
By Ibleroy37 - Published on Amazon.com
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Only sounds now. I thought this scene would be moving, but its doesn't. I will be removing this off of my Kindle Fire. I wish I could get a refund from Amazon. What a frustration this is. Next time I will read what it suppose to do.
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