World’s Largest Forests 

Forests covering one third of the planet are known as the lungs of the planet. Enhancing the beauty of Earth, forests are known for providing wildlife sanctuaries and oxygen. Forests are of various size and if you want to the world’s largest forest in world, then take a look below; 

Amazon Rainforest 

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Located in South America with a size of 2300000 square miles, its wildlife includes Tapirs and Tapirs.. 

Rainforest of Xishuangbanna

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Located in Asia with a size of 927 square miles, its wildlife includes Green Peacocks and Indo-Chinese Tigers. 

Sundarbans

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Located in Asia with a size of 3861 square miles, its wildlife includes Water Monitor Lizard and Bengal Tiger. 

Tongas

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Located in North America with a size of 26278 square miles, its wildlife includes Beavers and Wolves. 

Valdivian Temperate Rainforest 

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Located in South America with a size of 95800 square miles, its wildlife includes Wild Boars and Kodkod. 

Congo Rainforest 

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Located in Africa with a size of 781249 square miles, its wildlife includes Okapi and Leopards. 

Daintree Forest 

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Located in Australia with a size of 463 square miles, its wildlife includes Southern Cassowaries and Saltwater Crocodiles. 

Mindo-Nambillo Cloud Forest 

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Located in South America with a size of 74 square miles, its wildlife includes Basilisks and Quetzals. 

Sinharaja Forest Reserve 

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Located in Sri Lanka with a size of 34 square miles, its wildlife includes Green Pit Viper and Sri Lanka Crested Drongo. 

Kinabalu National Park 

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Located in Asia with a size of 291 square miles, its wildlife includes Rhinoceros Beetles and Proboscis Monkeys. 

Forests contribute a lot to our environment and we need to protect these and the rest of the other forests for a healthy well-being. 

Author: kishan

Hello everyone, Kishan Here. I'm a nature lover and so I'm here to help those with the same interests by sharing information about Travel and Adventure that are great to consider before you plan up for your next trip.

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