Think of a rain forest — rich with trees, covered by clouds, wet all the time.
Then ask yourself, how did this rain forest get started?
I ask, because the answer is so going to surprise you. It's not what you think.
Until I saw the video you're about to see, I just figured that a rain forest starts when a place gets rainier. (Why it gets rainier, I don't know. I don't think about that.) And then — once it starts raining all the time — tropical, rain-loving trees start to grow. They grow everywhere, and make a forest.