The Finnish National Parks are located in state owned areas, where there is no permanent population. Their primary functions is to protect nature. Finland belongs to the boreal coniferous zone and represents a unique area between the marine and continental climate.

Seitseminen National Park
This park hosts all age class of forests, from sapling to virgin. The virgin ones are the most important habitats, but the 2/3 of the forests are commercial forests less than 100 years old in the area.

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