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Jason Paliau is a lecturer at the Papua New Guinea University of Resources and Environment in Rabaul. Credit: UN-REDD Programme
June 18, 2021

Papua New Guinea — a country that makes up the eastern half of the island of New Guinea — is home to one of the world’s largest and most biodiverse rainforests, but mining and timber companies are taking a terrible toll. The areas beyond these trees have been heavily logged, and we’re checking to see how life in this remaining forest is faring, from the ants to the trees.

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