What kind of forrests do you have in Argentina? Are they coniferous, deciduous, a mixture of both, or something else? Are there places where people can access them or does the government keep most of it private?
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Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world, and one of the longest. It spans across 30 degrees of latitude, from the tropic of Capricorn almost to the Antarctic Circle. That’s a big chunk of the southern hemisphere.
This means there’s… a LOT of different climates, weathers, habitats and the like here.
To cover Argentinean forests I should spend at least an hour talking, but… Frankly? It depends, because some parts of argentina look like this
In others it can look like this
In others like this
Or like this
Or like this
Maybe like this
Ooooor like this
Technically speaking, forests aren’t what we imagine them like. All of these places have different forms of forests (yes, even the big ice chunk, there are forests in those regions, but they are made of bushes and bushes and bushes and more bushes)
The jungles in the north-east are rainforests, but you’re probably thinking of something more along the likes of Neuquén or Río Negro
Fucking infested with fae is what they are *spits*
TL;DR: Answer to your question: YES. Yes to all of those. Some we have to pay to access, some we don’t. Here in Mendoza the forests are either desert thorny bush forests like an undergrowth? Or artificial tree forests (I live near one). These forests have to be constantly watered. They were planted by people and maintained by people, else they’ll dry out. Mendoza is a big chunk of desert with artificial oasis made by humans here and there.
So yeah, Argentinean geography, tons of fun!