The rainforests of New Guinea spread around 65% of the land zone of the second biggest island on the planet. The island is abode to the biggest rainforest in the Asia-Pacific district and the third biggest rainforest on the planet.
There are few places on Earth that rival the assorted variety of the New Guinea Rainforest. From thick tropical rainforest to beachfront mangroves, the island is home to a portion of the world’s most one of a kind plants and creatures. More orchid species are found here than some other spot on Earth.
New Guinea’s remote area has not shielded it from the standard dangers. The rainforests face developing invasions from logging, mining, untamed life exchange and rural manors – especially oil palm.