Lands without human populations or substantial land use
The wildlands anthrome level is defined as uninhabited land with no intensive land use. Wildlands, therefore, house the lowest percentage of the global population and contribute the least amount to caloric food production. This anthrome level occupies the third largest land area, contributing the third largest percentage to key biodiversity area and the second largest percentage to protected area.
Forest in Isle Royal National Park, Michigan, USA representing mixed woodland biome Anthromesimages, CC BY-SA 4.0