Amazing jungles from around the world

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By Trisha Sengupta 
Published July 12, 2021

Hindustan Times

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda

This UNESCO world heritage site is known for its exceptional biodiversity. It also houses several endangered species, including the mountain gorilla

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Daintree Rainforest, Australia

Growing for more than 180 million years, this special forest presents visitors with an enthralling experience

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Trossachs National Park, Scotland

This forest is a huge woodland restoration project and one of the youngest forests in the world

Gir Forest National Park, India

This is the only place, besides Africa, where lions roam around freely in the wild

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Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Sri Lanka

This UNESCO world heritage site houses the country’s endemic species of mammals and butterflies, besides reptiles and rare amphibians

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Manu National Park Cloud Forest, Peru

Known for its rich biodiversity, this place is also recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site

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Lacandon Jungle, Mexico

Trekking through the jungle trail amid waterfall and bright flowers of this place is an amazing experience

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Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

This place is famous for its gorilla safaris

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Hoe Rainforest, USA

This rainforest takes visitors through groves of maples trees draped in club moss

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Bosawás Biosphere Reserve, Nicaragua

Besides having a rich biodiversity, this place also houses numerous rare or endangered species

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