Yes, in fact Southeast Asia has some of the oldest rain forests still in existence.
The Southeast Asian rainforests are the oldest, consistent rainforests on Earth, dating back 70 million years ago. Not even the Amazon or African rainforests can match its diverse biological population. But they are disappearing faster than any equatorial region, projected that most of the primary rainforests of Southeast Asia will be destroyed in the next 10 years.
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