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Five Largest Forests in the World
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Five Largest Forests in the World

There was a time when the whole earth was covered by forest and sea, but with the increase in the population of humans, trees were cut and the area of ​​the forest also started getting limited. But it is a matter of happiness that even today more than 50 percent of the earth is ruled by forest and wild animals and if you like adventure, then let us tell you today about the five largest forests in the world. .

Taiga Forest: This forest, which looks like a paradise, is also present in the Antarctic Ocean. This forest is spread over 12 million square kilometers to Asia, Europe and North America, that is, the area of ​​this forest is more than the area of ​​both India and China. This forest also includes most of Siberia of Russia.

Djek London Lake, Kolyma, Russia

Amazon Forest: This is the largest rain forest in the world. This forest is called the king of forests and the paradise of animals. If you are really fond of adventure then definitely visit this forest, if you are really fond of adventure then definitely visit this forest.

Valdivian Forest: This forest, spread over 2 lakh 48 thousand square kilometers in South America, is called Rain Forest because it rains continuously throughout the year. Many such animals are also found here whose species are about to become extinct. This forest is mainly part of Chile and Argentina.

Congo Forest: You know that Africa is a continent of forests, but Congo in it is very terrible. As vast as the Congo jungle is in size, it is equally scary. The special thing is that more than 500 types of fish are found in the river flowing through the Congo forest, in which fish named Pirana can eliminate any human in minutes.

Tongas Forest: You will be surprised to know that every year more than 10 million tourists come to see this forest full of dangers and adventures. Spread in Alaska, North America, innumerable animals, birds and dangerous animals live in this forest. The most important thing is that more than 75 thousand 5 hundred people of about 32 groups of tribals reside here, from whom it is necessary to stay away.

Southeast Alaska. Tongass National Forest. Baranof Island. Coastal rain forest on other side of island from Sitka.
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