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The pie charts give information about the world’s forest in five different regions. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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The pie charts detail information about the world’s forests and timber according to continent. Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that most of the world’s forests are in Africa and North America, followed by Europe, South America, and lastly Asia. In contrast, Africa possesses the least timber while North America has the most.

Looking first of all at North America and Africa, the former continent represents 25% of the world’s forest and the latter 27%. In terms of timber, the figure is slightly higher for North America (30%) and drastically lower for Africa (9%). Forest and timber ratios are more even in the other regions. European nations contain 18% of the world’s forests and 20% of its timber. South America is marginally lower at 16% for forests and moderately higher at 23% for timber. Finally, Asian forests constitute 14% of the global total and 18% of all timber.Forest and timber ratios are more even in the other regions. European nations contain 18% of the world’s forests and 20% of its timber. South America is marginally lower at 16% for forests and moderately higher at 23% for timber. Finally, Asian forests constitute 14% of the global total and 18% of all timber.

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