Here are some of the things you need to know about gigantic forests:1.

They’re everywhere, from the deserts of Utah to the arctic tundra of Canada.2.

The size of some giant forests is measured in the millions of acres.3.

Some of them are thought to hold as much as 40 percent of all the land on Earth.4.

They’ve been changing the face of the landscape for thousands of years, from ancient forest to modern forests.5.

And they’ve caused problems in some areas, like New Zealand, where huge tracts of forest have been cleared.6.

They may not have a name, but there’s a lot to know.1.

Some giant forests are called giant sequoias, because of their massive size.

They are a type of tall conifer, a giant tree that is typically 40 feet or taller and typically grows to 10,000 feet.

Some are called spruce or fir, because they grow to up to 1,000 or more feet.2 and 3.

Some giants are so big that they can be found on land far beyond the reach of humans.

For example, a large forest in Canada known as the Northern Ontario giant sequoise is said to contain a total of 9,600 giant sequosias, or roughly the size of the state of New York.

The giant sequois also grow to 1.8 million feet in height.

Giant sequoia can grow to 10 feet in diameter, and some have been known to grow to 20 feet.

The trees are often used as an energy source.4 and 5.

Giant trees can take years to grow, and there’s no way to tell if they’re healthy or diseased, because the growth can change dramatically over time.

A recent study in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution found that in some of these giants, the growth was slowing because of climate change.6 and 7.

And giant sequopotemes can be big, even towering over the forests they cover.

Some trees in New Zealand’s northern forests can be taller than 100 feet.8.

Giant forest fires can kill huge numbers of birds, bats, and other animals, and it can burn a huge amount of land and take years for it to be recovered.9.

Some researchers say that the biggest sequoian trees are located in Canada and Europe, which means they’re often found along rivers and lakes.10.

There are some giants in North America that have grown so big they can actually be considered to be giant forests.

In the Midwest, for example, some giant sequiros can grow as tall as 2,000 acres.

Some have been estimated to be up to 2,500 feet tall.