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Kutai National Park Map

Kutai National-Park, Park Nasional, Kutai

 Indonesia Borneo Island with a wealth of ecological and cultural treasures that survive deep within the rainforest jungle of Indonesia ’s largest island. Orangutans can be found at Two Islands in Indonesia, at Sumatra and Kalimantan. The word orangutan means “human of the forest” in the Malay language. As its habitats are being usurped by humans, the orangutan’s population is decreasing and it is ingrave danger of extinction. Some information says the population is less then 20.000 in the world. Borneo. Several National Parks at Kalimantan where Orangutans can be spot “easily”. Tanjung Puting National Park, at Central Kalimantan, Several other species of animals exist in this Kutai national park, such as Bekantan Monkeys (Nasalislavatus), honey bear, deer, Kalimantan rhinos, crocodiles and at least 300 bird species.The forests in the area were declared a nature reserve by the Sultan of Kutai, A.M. Parikesit in 1936, covering 306,000 hectares

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