The flora is mostly represented by the forest which covers 57 % of the whole territory. Teak wood (70 % of the world's stock) and rubber trees are a source of wealth for the country. The other types of woods are coconut, oak, bamboo, pine and mangrove.
Other tree species include the coconut, oak, bamboo, pine and mangrove.© Kjersti Jørgensen / age fotostock
The forest holds most of the flora.© View Stock / age fotostock
Burma is home to 70% of the world's teak reserves.© Wong Sze Fei / age fotostock
The Irrawaddy Delta, the rice granary of Burma.© Thomas Brenner / age fotostock
Rubber trees represent a source of wealth for the country.© Ricardo Aguiar