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How many rainforests are in Africa?
Hereof, what percent of Africa is covered by rainforest?
Tropical African forest is 18 percent of the world total and covers over 3.6 million square kilometers of land in West, East and Central Africa.
Furthermore, what happened to most of Africa's native rainforest? AFRICA - Explore the Regions - Rainforest. Home to half of the continent's animal species, Africa's vast rainforests are falling silent. Deforestation, road construction and slash-and-burn farming have already wiped out roughly 90 percent of the West Africa's rainforests.
Correspondingly, are there rain forests in Africa?
Rainforests in Africa. 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.
Which African country has the most rainforest?
the Democratic Republic of Congo