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What is Europe's largest natural forest?
It spreads over seven countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The Carpathians is Europe's largest natural forest. Its area is 209 256 squared kilometers, twice the size of Guatemala (Central America). The Carpathians is a vast expanse of beech, white fir, and deciduous forests. It is home to two-thirds of European populations of bears, lynxes, and wolves.
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