Jungle is a dense, tangled, and often humid forest ecosystem characterized by a profusion of vegetation, including tall trees, vines, and dense undergrowth. Unlike grasslands, jungles typically receive abundant rainfall throughout the year, fostering lush plant growth and high biodiversity. In Fiji, jungles are primarily located in the interior mountainous regions of the larger islands, such as Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. They are known for their rich array of plant and animal species adapted to the complex layers and abundant resources provided by the dense vegetation.