9 Beautiful Forests Throughout the World

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By Nandini Sharma

Redwood National and State Parks, United States : Because of its distinctive "residents," which can be found in four parks in the counties of Humboldt and Del Norte, Redwood National and State Parks take the cake.

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Amazon Rainforest, South America : The Amazon is the biggest rainforest in the world and is home to over 60,000 plant species as well as over 2,500 animal species, 1,300 of which are bird species.

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Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica : The low-hanging fog that resides in the top canopy of the forest gave the Monteverde Cloud Forest its name.

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Hallerbos Forest, Belgium : The Hallerbos Woodland is particularly well-known for its dense carpet of bluebell flowers that bloom in the spring, which transform this forest into something that is utterly enchanting—almost like something out of a fairy tale.

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Black Forest, Germany : The forest earns its name despite the fact that the evergreens are not actually black because of how densely distributed they are and how much light they block off.

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Wistman's Wood, England : There are many twisted, moss-covered trees in this woodland in Dartmoor National Park that resemble those in a fantasy novel.

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Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China : Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is widely regarded as the basis for Pandora in "Avatar," especially the floating "Hallelujah Mountains."

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Dragon's Blood Forest, Yemen : Due to their blood-like, viscous fluid, these Socotra trees are also known as dragon's blood trees.

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda : More than 160 different types of trees and over 100 different species of ferns may be found in Bwindi Park, which has a land area of 32,000 hectares

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