What is referred to as the “world’s last great forest” isn’t a single forest in the traditional sense. It is a term used to describe the pristine boreal forest that covers much of Russia, Canada, and other northern nations. It has garnered this title due to its untouched nature, which results from the fact that not many people live that far north!
The northern boreal forest is, however, under threat. Greater demand for resources has pushed loggers into the northern forests, especially in Russia.
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