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About Jungle

  • A jungle is land covered with dense vegetation dominated by trees. Application of the term has varied greatly during the last several centuries. Jungles in Western literature often represent a less civilised or unruly space outside the control of civilisation. Some attribute this to the jungle’s association in colonial discourse with places that were colonised by Europeans
  • Because jungles occur on all inhabited landmasses and may incorporate numerous vegetation and land types, the wildlife of jungles can not be defined, and consists of the biota of the constitute land type and region.
  • One of the most common meanings of jungle is land overgrown with tangled vegetation at ground level, especially in the tropics. Typically such vegetation is sufficiently-dense to hinder movement by people, requiring that travelers cut their way through.This definition draws a distinction between rainforest and jungle, since rainforests is typically open of vegetation due to a lack of sunlight, and hence relatively easy to traverse. Jungles may exist within, or at the borders of, rainforest in areas where rainforest has been opened through natural disturbance such as hurricanes, or through human activity such as logging.
  • Our speaking engagements covers a diverse area of questions and discussions related to jungles and would be interesting for a broad audience interested in preservation, the jungle environment, and logging.
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