Just five countries hold 70% of the world’s remaining wilderness, according to new research.
Researchers from the University of Queensland and the Wildlife Conservation Society identified the countries in a study published in the journal Nature.
It said that just 23% of the planet’s landmass can now be considered “wilderness” — places that do not have industrial level activity within them. Wilderness areas do not grow back once they are gone.
Here is where the world’s remaining wilderness can be found: