During the Cretaceous period (145 - 100 million years ago), Earth's climate was so warm that there were no polar ice caps, and forests probably extended all the way to the South Pole. Local plants and dinosaurs evolved to live in continuous sunlight in the summer and darkness in the winter.
77. There is a forest (Bhimashankar Wildlife Reserve) in India, which glows in the dark during the rainy seasons
78. The United States Government owns 63.8% of Idaho and nearly 40% of the state is designated national forest.
79. In Brazil, there is an entire forest made of fossilized plants that lived over 200 million years ago.