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Approximately what portion of North America is covered by forests?

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About 80% of North America is forest.
i had a test that asked this question my choices were 12% 24% 36% and 48%
hmm, i don't know.. i just used google and 80% came up here:

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and i know it says US in the question but answer says north america "forest cover total North America 25.3%, forest and other wooded land cover 41.7%"
i picked 12 because i figured with all the politicians vs. the hippies and tree huggers the trees would be down that far but i didnt think of canada there are trees everywhere up there.
yeah, I probably would have gone with 24% because it seems like it is the correct answer for some reason. i hope you get it right though.

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