Russ?a's Forests

Russ?a's Forests


Russia has the world's largest area of forests.


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According to the FAO Global Forest Resources Assessment 2015 and official Rosleskhoz data, Russia, also officially known as the Russian Federation (RF), has around 11.47 million km2 of forest land and other wooded lands, which constitutes 49.8% of the total land area of Russia.


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