Conservation is on everyone’s minds these days. Forests around the world are disappearing, along with the rare species of plants and animals that make their homes in them.
Everyone loses when the trees are gone and some forests are already down to virtually nothing, and some of the most diverse habitats in the world will no longer exist in just a few short years. Check out the list of ten most endangered forests in the world.
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world and home to a large number of animal species found only in its lush rainforests. Unfortunately, logging practices have reduced the forested area on the island to just 10% of the original. The insects and animals that once called the island home are gradually disappearing, along with local flora.