Forest is known as an area with a high density of trees. Forests cover about 9.4% of Earth’s surface (or 30% of total area), while most of them are very popular tourist destinations in the world. Many visitors discover the beauty of nature within them, while various activities provide an opportunity for more people to experience the other side, the naturalist! But there are also lesser-known forests, which even boast their particularities. Unusual trees, logs paradoxical, rare plant species, even underwater forests causing great interest to the general public. The least!
1. The mall with baobab, Madagascar
2. The submerged forest lake Kaindy, Kazakhstan
3. Dead forest, Namibia
4. Crooked Forest, Poland
5. Wild Apple Forest, Kazakhstan
6. The Great Banyan, India
7. Lemoodasos – Poros, Greece