Forests represent one of the greatest natural wealth in Croatia. They cover an area of 2,688,000 ha or 47% of the Croatian mainland. Commercial forests cover an area of 2,416,000 ha, protective forests 154,000 ha and special purpose forests 118,000 ha. Our forests are natural, mixed forests with a rich and diverse vegetation where, along with the tree species of commercial significance, there are also various other types of trees, bushes and low vegetation, mushrooms and a large number of accompanying fauna representatives, from the tiniest insects, amphibians and reptiles, a large number of bird species, to small and large mammals.

Issue Date: 17.09.2018, Designer: Lidija Novosel, author from Zagreb / Marina Mohorovičić, grade 2 student at the Viktor Car Emin Elementary School, Lovran, Printer: AKD d.o.o., Zagreb, Process: Multicolor Offset Printing, Size: 35.50 x 29.82 mm, Value: 3.10 HRK.

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