Rabat - Morocco’s prized cedar trees are being depleted. The Cedrus atlantica covers a large area of the Middle Atlas in North Africa. However, the 134,000 hectares of forest is not thriving like it used to.

Cedar trees in the Cedrus Atlantica forest, which covers about 134,000 hectares of the North African country, near the central city of Azrou (AFP Photo/Fadel Senna)
Ashley Haynes is an Assistant Producer at North Metro TV.