Question: What is the tropical rainforest 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.

Where is tropical Africa?

“Tropical South Africa” includes Namibia and Botswana, countries which lean economically towards the Republic of South Africa, with a total population of only 1.8 million inhabitants in 1980, and a total area of 1.4 million km2.

What is the biggest threat to African rainforest today?

Logging and agriculture continue to be two of the biggest threats to Africa’s tropical forests. The unsustainable production of palm oil is one of the biggest drivers.

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