What is the largest forest in the United States?

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    The largest protected forest in the United States is the Tongass temperate rainforest in Alaska.  The Tongass National Forest covers 26,250 square miles of forest on the southeastern tip of Alaska and is part of the largest temperate rain forest in the world.

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    The largest national forest in the United States is the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. The Tongass spans almost 17 million acres. The Tongass is also the largest temperate forest in the world.

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