8 of the World's Biggest Forests

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By Nandini Sharma

Primorye Forest : Russia's south-east is home to the smallest of the 10 giants. The Primorye Forest's 130,000 km2 is equivalent to 18.2 million football fields.

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Burmese Tropical Rainforest : Due to the variety of climatic circumstances it has seen thus far, this region, which is near the equator and situated between the Pacific and Indian Oceans, is rich in biodiversity.

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Valdivian Rainforest : The two nations of Chile and Argentina are home to one of the world's largest and youngest forests.

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Tropical rainforest in Borneo : Borneo is known to be the world's oldest tropical rainforest, which has been around for almost 140 million years.

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New Guinea Tropical Rainforest : New Guinea is home to one of the most remarkable rainforests in the world. This forest is home to more than 1,000 indigenous tribes, as well as a variety of flora and animals.

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Tropical rainforest in Congo : In contrast to the Valdivian rainforest, this area is home to a number of relatively huge species, such as gorillas, hippopotamuses, and African elephants—the largest land mammal.

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The Taiga : The huge range of fir trees that can be found in the taiga is well-known, but because of its location, this region does not have a lot of biodiversity.

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Amazon : With its beautiful 5,500,000 km2, the forest of all forests not only has the biggest area but also is home to one in ten species on the planet.

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