The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest forested area, covering 3.7 million square miles, spanning nine countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guinea, French Guinea, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela
Good question, YosefMurphy. The largest forest in the world is the Amazon Rainforest, covering more than 2 million square miles!
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I’m not sure if this constitutes one forest anymore (since the land bridge to Asia was submerged), but the Boreal Forest Biome circles the globe across Northern Canada, Alaska, and Russia. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, it is the largest terrestrial ecosystem in the world — even bigger than the Amazon Rainforest.
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