According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, forests cover 31 percent of the world’s total land area, and are home to 80 percent of total terrestrial biodiversity. They've also become tourist destinations. In every city, region, and country around the world, I'm sure you've noticed first hand that trees can have a life of their own.
This past Spring, I discovered the rarity of the Cypress Knees here in Florida, a perplexing outgrowth that's believed to provide oxygen to the tree's roots. You can find these types of trees everywhere, all over the world.
Check out some of the world’s strangest and most wondrous forests
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