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In this regard, I have already made a post, the link of which is given below, which explains how many forests we have on our land and how we can benefit from it.
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8. Valdivian Temperate Rainforest
To get to this forest, you have to travel to Argentina and Chile, two countries on the continent of South America, because this forest is located within the borders of these two countries. This is a relatively new forest. The special thing about this forest is that after a short journey, the types of trees change. Notable wildlife include the Apsom marsupial, the world's smallest deer pod, and the smallest cat on the American continent. The governments here are paying very little attention to the protection of this forest due to which this forest is declining rapidly. The total area of this forest is 248,000 square kilometers.
7. Borneo Tropical Rainforest
The forest was once part of the great rainforest of Southeast Asia, but over time, that great rainforest has broken into many pieces. One of these pieces is the Borneo Tropical Rain Forest. This forest is one of the oldest forests in the world. The special thing here is that there are ten thousand different types of flowering plants, of which only two thousand species of orchids are found. The world's largest flower, Rafflesia, is also found here. The forest is home to many rare wildlife, including Borneo's rhinoceros and Borneo's Orangutan beans. The area of this forest is also continuously decreasing. At present the area of this forest is 290,000 square kilometers.
6. New Guinea Tropical Rainforest
Like Borneo, New Guinea's rainforest is on an island, but unlike Borneo, it is relatively protected. Ten percent of the world's plant and animal species are found in this forest. The highlight here is the beautiful birds that are called the Birds of Paradise because of their unparalleled beauty. Seeing these beautiful birds sometimes blinds the human eye to how a bird can be so beautiful. In addition to these birds, many marsupials are found here, including the tree kangaroo and the Wahhabi. The forest has not yet been fully explored, so there may be more equipment for future scientists to explore. There are also many wild tribes who have no connection with the civilized world. The present area of this forest is 545,000 square kilometers.
5. Congo Tropical Rainforest
The forest is spread across seven countries on the African continent, along with the Congo River and its tributaries. It is home to some of the world's most unique wild beasts, including chimpanzees, guerrillas and bonopos. Elephants, rhinos, hippos and leopards are also found here. Like New Guinea, many wild tribes live here. This forest is very dense and difficult to pass. That is why this forest is also one of the forests that has suffered very little damage. The total area of this forest is 1.78 million square kilometers.
The next three forests on our list were actually part of the same large forest, but due to geographical changes, they became separated from each other. Here are their names.
4. Scandinavian Russian Taiga
3. East Siberian Taiga
2. Canadian Boreal Forest
We collectively call all these forests Taga. We can also call Taga the largest biome in the world.
The Scandinavian Russian Taga is the smallest of the three forests, but it is still a vast forest. This forest is present all over Russia. It is located in the northwestern part of Russia
The East Siberian Tega is also present in all of Russia, but it is present in the eastern part of Russia.
The Canadian Boreal Forest is located in Canada and the US state of Alaska.
The dominant species of plants in these three forests include different types of conifers. Wildlife is also found in these three forests, including the banana deer, reindeer, black bear, brown bear and snow bear. Other wild animals include the wild buffalo bison, the American link, the European link, the wolf, the fox and a variety of birds, reptiles and frogs. The temperature here sometimes drops below 68 degrees Celsius. Combined, these three forests account for 30% of the world's total forest area. The Scandinavian Russian Tega has a total area of 215,000 square kilometers, the East Siberian Tega has an area of 39 million square kilometers, and the Canadian Boreal Forest has a total area of 42 million square kilometers.
Of course, these three are forests spread over a large area, but our last forest does not bring these three to mind in terms of area.
1. Amazon Tropical Rainforest
Spread over nine countries, the forest covers 50% of the world's rainforest. This forest is located in the continent of South America, the largest part of which is in Brazil. One out of every ten species in the world is found in the Amazon rainforest. About 20% of the world's birds and fish species are found in the Amazon. The Amazon River is the largest river in the world. There are 16,000 species of trees. The total number of trees here is estimated at 390 billion. Notable animals include the jaguar, anaconda, giant anteater, kelly bara, tipper and many species of wild cats. In addition to the many species of monkeys, there are many species of venomous frogs. The beautiful birds here include macaw parrots, Amazon parrots, tokens, hummingbirds, hotspots and many more. One of the reasons why there are so many species here is that it is the oldest forest in the world with a lifespan of 55 million years. In the past, the forest was found all over North and South America, but due to climate change, it has shrunk to the continent of South America. This forest has been rapidly cleared in the past due to the relentless deforestation for timber. The Amazon soil has lost its fertility for agriculture so soon the local people have to clear more forests for agriculture. Twenty percent of the Amazon's forest has been lost in recent times. But fortunately the local population has realized the protection of these forests. So hopefully the deforestation will stop soon. The total area of the Amazon is 5.5 million square kilometers. This area is seven times the total area of Pakistan.
I will bring more topics like this in which we will learn how we can make our planet (earth) beautiful and clean.
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