Forests cover one-third of the world’s land surface—more than 15.3 million square miles. Every forest is different, but some share common traits based on the local climate. In fact, every forest on the planet can fit into one of four categories.
Baby orangutan lost in the forest of Borneo is brought to safety.
Camera trap photos capture five of the island’s big cat species in the wild.
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