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10 Largest Forests on Earth

Forests are some of the important ecosystems on the planet, but also some of the most threatened. In hopes of raising awareness of the issue of deforestation, here’s the 10 largest forests on Earth.

Following are the 10 Largest Forests on Earth

  1. Amazon Tropical Rainforest – 5,500,000 Square Kilometers
  2. Canadian Boreal Forest Taiga – 4,200,000 Square Kilometers
  3. East-Siberian Taiga – 3,900,000 Square Kilometers
  4. Scandinavian Taiga – 2,156,000 Square Kilometers
  5. Congo Tropical Rainforest – 1,780,000 Square Kilometers
  6. New Guinea Tropical Rainforest – 545,000 Square Kilometers
  7. Borneo Tropical Rainforest – 290,000 Square Kilometers
  8. Valdivian Temperate Rainforest – 248,000 Square Kilometers
  9. Burmese Tropical Rainforest – 233,000 Square Kilometers
  10. Primorye Coniferous Forest – 130,000 Square Kilometers

 

Credits: Atlas Pro
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