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The bar chart supplies data about the major activities that are held responsible for land damage in four different continents (Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe).
Overall, Asia damages the most hectares of land, whereas the opposite pattern can be seen in Australia.
To be more specific, tree-cutting in Asia results in 450 million hectares of land damaged, which is higher than that of each area. Additionally, farming in Asia damages roughly 400 million hectares, four times as many as in Europe.
As far as the rest continents are concerned, Africa’s breeding ranks the most popular activity that causes land damage, with data recorded exactly 500 million hectares. Notably, tree-cutting in Australia and Europe has the same land statistics, accounting for 100 million hectares. While Africa and Asia have the number of hectares which is higher than 300 million when it comes to farming, that of Australia and Africa is just under 100 million.
Clearly, Asia and Africa consists of agricultural countries, while Australia and Europe are the two industrial continents.