Which countries have the largest rainforests?



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    The world’s largest, and arguably most well known rainforest, is the Amazon rainforest. It is large enough to be located across several countries! The countries that it spreads out over are Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Venezual, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. That’s quite a large part of South America!


    Brazil seems to take the most active measures to protect it of the countries that house it and is generally the country first thought of when one speaks of the Amazon.


    While not a direct answer to your question, the spread of the Amazon rainforest makes it very likely it is one of those countries. There is another very large rainforest in Asia and Africa though, the Indonesian Archipalego and the Congo respectively.

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    Like pierettewinter said, the Amazon is the largest rainforest, and most of the it is in Brazil. Brazil contains about 60% of the largest rainforest, so that might be the answer to your question.

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    The top five countries with the most rainforest cover are as follows:

    1. Brazil, 1.2 million square miles (as everyone else said)
    2. Democratic Republic of Congo, 521,512 square miles
    3. Indonesia, 343,029 square miles
    4. Peru, 292,032 square miles
    5. Bolivia, 265,012 square miles
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