Forests are the creation of God, and there is nothing that the humans did about it. There are very large forests across the world, which are very dense and are rich in its flora and fauna. The forests come in between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. There are many large forests in the World. With the Homo sapiens extending their domain, the presence of numerous such huge woods is turning into a worry. We have on this planet a percentage of the biggest and densest woods, of which some are those which haven’t been ventured upon yet by people and God just realizes what secrets they have disguised in them.
Here is a list of Top Ten Largest Forests around the World
10. Sinharaja Forests
It is located in Sri Lanka and is one of the largest forests in the World with a total area of 88.64 sq. Kms. and is also reserved under the UNESCO. It is also a home for various wild animals and the forest is dense and is very beautiful. They also have a wide variety of trees.
9. Valdivian Temperate Rain Forest
It is located in the South America and is one of the largest forest in the world. It has an area of approximately 2, 48,100 square kms. The forest is dense, is rich in its flora and fauna is also a home for various types of birds, trees, animals. These forests are also a refuge for Antartica Flora.
8. Emas National Park and Chapada Dos Vaedeiros
It is located in Brazil, and has a total area of 1320 Square kilometers and Emas National Park is one of the largest and Chapada Dos Vaedeiros is named after a plateau. It is the oldest rock formation valley and is rich in its greenery and is also a home for various animals and trees.
7. The Monteverade Forest
It is located in Costa Rica, and it is one of the most famous tourist destinations for a lot of tourists and has a total area of 105 Square kilometres. It has around 100 species of mammals, dense forests, and 30 species of humming birds. It is one of the largest forests in the world.
6. Kinabalu National Park
It is located in Malaysia, and it is one of the largest forests in the world with a total area of 754 Square Kilometers. It was declared as a world heritage by the UNESCO in the year 2000. It is also a home for around 400 species of birds and more than 100 species of mammals. It also surrounds the highest and also the youngest non-volcanic mountain.