Size: 1,200km²

Type: Tropical

Location: Australia

As we Keep going on our rundown of the biggest rainforests on the planet, the last is the Daintree Rainforest, situated on the north-east bank of Queensland. The Daintree Rainforest is a piece of the world’s

most established constantly enduring tropical rainforest. It is believed to be 6-10 times more established than those found in the secured regions of the Amazon – having represented 150 million years.

The environments of the Daintree Rainforest are the absolute most complex on Earth. Its plant assorted variety and basic unpredictability is unrivalled on the parched Australian mainland.

Shockingly, the UNESCO secured region does not reach out to the majority of the Daintree with private advancement, environmental change and obtrusive plants and species every one of them a danger.