The Great Bear Rainforest

Tour The Great Bear Rainforest

Canada
Photo credit
Jasper Malchuk
British Columbia
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Canada

The Great Bear Rainforest is a place of natural wonder and cultural significance. This diverse ecosystem abounds with three species-of bears, countless other land animals including orcas that migrate through here each year on their way to fish for salmon in warmer waters off the coastlines nearby; it’s also home to First Nations peoples who have been living there since before recorded history began over 6500 years ago - making them one of our oldest cultures! You don't need an adventure beyond your comfort zone if you want some great wildlife viewing opportunities too: When going kayaking or fishing along these pristine coasts

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Geeky Facts about The Great Bear Rainforest

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The Great Bear Rainforest is a global treasure that covers 6.4 million hectares - equivalent in size to Ireland.

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The Great Bear Rainforest is the last and largest tract of intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth.

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More than 1,000 tonnes of carbon are stored in a single hectare of coastal rainforest, making tit a crucial shield against global climate instability.

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