What is dense forest?


Dense forest is a wild thick with trees closely to each other. They are mostly found in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia, South America and North America. The area around get plenty of rain and are usually cold.
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The word "dense" means thick. A dense forest is a forest thick with trees or having trees growing very closely together.
#1 is Alaska with 127.38 million acres of forested area and #2 is
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Of the states listed, Louisiana is the closest with dense forest areas. But Texas itself has what can be called dense forest in the counties near its eastern border. See map here:
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