Top 7 Biggest Forests in the World

7. Daintree Forest, Australia: Located in Queensland, Australia, it spans approximately 1,200 square kilometers, known as the world's oldest continuously surviving tropical rainforest.

6. Sundarbans: Found in Bangladesh and India, it covers around 10,000 square kilometers of tidal mangrove forest, famous for its Royal Bengal tigers.

5. Rainforest of Xishuangbanna: In Yunnan Province, China, it spans about 19,700 square kilometers, known for its biodiversity and cultural significance.

4. Tongass, North America: Located in Alaska, USA, it is the largest national forest in the United States, covering approximately 68,000 square kilometers.

3. Valdivian Temperate Rainforest, South America: Found in Chile and Argentina, it covers around 248,100 square kilometers, characterized by its cooler climate compared to tropical rainforests.

2. Congo Rainforest, Africa: Situated in Central Africa, it spans about 1.8 million square kilometers, making it the second largest tropical rainforest in the world.

1. Amazon Rainforest, South America: Located in Brazil and surrounding countries, it is the world's largest rainforest covering approximately 5.5 million square kilometers.