Floodplain Forest is a forest that is inundated with freshwater either permanently or seasonally. The forests are generally settled along the lower reaches of rivers and around freshwater lakes. Our world’s large flooded forests are seen located alongside the Amazon, Mississippi, Orinoco, Congo, and Mekong river areas.
How about the vital floodplain forest in Cambodia? There are Mekong Flooded Forest and Tonle Sap Lake Flooded Forest that stand as important for national and international interests.
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