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South African rainforest facts: Tropical rainforests cover about 2 million km² of Africa.You’ll only find more rainforest in the Amazon (6 million km²). African rainforests are being lost to deforestation at a rate of 0.3% every year – that’s 40 hectares per minute (whilst slower than the Amazon and South East Asia, this is still deeply worrying).

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East and South African Rainforest East and South African rainforests are not as dense as the central African jungles, but there are rainforests in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mosambique and Zimbabwe. These forests contain chimpanzees, colobus monkeys, elephants, deer, antelopes, chameleons, olive baboons and mongooses.

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Rainforests in Africa By Rhett A. Butler April 1, 2019 Read more. Most of Africa's remaining rainforests are found in the Congo river basin on the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. The Congo rainforest is famous for its gorillas, chimpanzees, and elephants as well as its native population of forest dwellers known as pygmies.

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Rainforest Distribution. Rainforest in Africa is most extensive in the vast, waterlogged Congo Basin, which occupies a sedimentary depression overlying ancient rock of the African continental core.

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The species that compose African rainforests are of different evolutionary ages because of the contraction and expansion of the rainforest in response to global climatic fluctuations.:by aniketh In Tropical Africa about 8,500 plant species have been noted and 403 species of orchids note down.

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Yet African rainforests are poorly studied compared to those in Amazonia and South East Asia. And the continent’s rainforests are being lost to deforestation at a rate of 0.3% every year.

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South Africa Forest Information and Data According to the U.N. FAO, 7.6% or about 9,241,000 ha of South Africa is forested, according to FAO. Of this 10.2% ( 947,000 ) is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse and carbon-dense form of forest.

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Exceeded in size only by the Amazon, the Congo Basin rainforest supports some 10,000 kinds of plants and a huge variety of animals, including big mammals like African forest elephants, forest ...

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List of forests of South Africa, among other terms used it usually means "an area with a high density of trees" are wood, woodland, wold, weald and holt.Unlike forest, these are all derived from Old English and were not borrowed from another language. List of Forests of South Africa

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African animals list with pictures and facts. Click on the pictures to discover more about each species. List of African Animals: Introduction. Africa is the world’s second largest continent (Asia is the largest). With habitats ranging from tropical rainforest to desert, Africa is home to many of the world’s best-known animals.