A rainforest and a jungle are two distinct ecosystems. Rainforests have more abundant and diverse plant and animal species, while jungles are typically found in more tropical climates and have more open canopy layer. Rainforests are composed of evergreen trees and shrubs, while jungles are characterized by dense vegetation and often have a more open canopy layer. Rainforests typically experience higher levels of precipitation than jungles, and the soil is rich in nutrients. Jungles, on the other hand, are often found in tropical climates with dryer seasons and have less nutrient-rich soil. Rainforests contain a greater variety of plants and animals than jungles, while jungles tend to have more predators than rainforests.