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Bighorn National Forest is one of the oldest government protected forest lands in the United States of America. It is spread over 1.1 million acres (445,154 hectares) in northern Wyoming. The forest is dotted with trees like lodgepole pine, along with several species of spruce, fir, and aspen. It also is home to mammals and animals including bears, elk, mule, deer, pronghorn, and moose. There are also several lakes in the forest which are rich in marine life.
Custer National Forest is located primarily in the southern part of the state of Montana. It is spread over a total area of 1,188,130 acres (480,819 hectares), and has 10 separate sections. This forest receives abundant rainfall and hence it is endowed with rich flora and fauna. The common varieties of trees found here are pine, spruce and fir. grizzly bear, black bear, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and bison are some of the animals found here.