The climate continues to change, the way that we grow food needs to change too.
And how do birds respond to one?
The following are eight of the oldest forests in the world, each made up of long-living trees worth admiring.
It is estimated that 34% of the planet’s tropical rainforests have been completely destroyed from deforestation.
The region is nearing a threshold beyond which its forests may be replaced by grasslands, with huge repercussions for biodiversity and climate change.
Forests cover about 31% of the global land area, though they are responsible for supporting a vast majority of the Earth’s plant and animal species—plenty of which are considered threatened or endangered.
As their name implies, old-growth forests are dominated by ancient trees and have been shaped by natural processes over the course of many years.
These stealthy little guys smell rotting fruit from miles away.
Hang Son Doong, which translates to Mountain River Cave, is in Phong Nha Ke Bong National Park in the Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam.