Essay About Cloud Forest

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“Trees are always a relief, after people.” No words can surpass the tranquility of those expressed in the above line by David Mitchell. Forest are indeed a great and important factor in human survival. It’s not just a poetic sentiment to be wanting to be close to nature but rather a proven fact that progress of humanity can not continue without the holistic approach, of which forests are a big part. This list comprises of world’s largest continuous forests. Therefore, forests that are spread throughout a large area in isolated pockets have not been taken in account. Here are some amazing jungles, whose sheer size will shock you out of your shoes! 10. Mindo-Nambillo Cloud Forest, South America The first name on the list is of Mindo-Nambillo…show more content…
It is one of the most well preserved tropical rainforests in the world. Roughly covering an area of about 2,402 square kilometers or 927 square miles, this tropical forest is divided into many subtypes and contains no less than eight types of vegetations. Under those eight types, fifty-eight are considered to be extremely rare. More than 3,500 types of flora have been scientifically recorded here. From the scientific point of view, this rainforest is extremely important due to it being a genetic gene bank, where tropical vegetations are abundant. 6. Sundarbans, Asia Sundarbans is about 10,000 square kilometres or 3861 square miles large and occupies almost the entire Bangladesh and about forty percent of it extends into India. Sundarban has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is the largest halophytic mangrove--excessive water and salt tolerant--rainforest in the world. In India, the Sundarbans is recognized as a National Park, Tiger Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve, while in Bangladesh they are classified as Protected Forests. The home of the famous White Bengal Tiger, it is the largest Tiger Reserve in the world. 5. Tongass, North
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