The Forested Anthrome cover 25 million square kilometers of ice-free land coverage and is home to about 40 million people in the world. This anthrome is broken down into two categories. The first being the Populated Forest and the second being the Remote Forest. The Populated Forest consists mainly of trees of course, but is also inhabited by people. In this anthrome, you will find more than one person living per square km, but usually less than 3. Whereas, the Remote Forested areas you will find less than one person per square mile.

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