Bukit Duabelas National Park - Jambi, Indonesia
Bukit Duabelas National Park has an area of 60,500 hectares, in the form of low-lying hills at an altitude + 30-430 m DPL. Bukit Duabelas National Park is one of twelve areas of lowland tropical rain forest in Jambi Province.
This national park is the habitat of rare and protected animals such as gibbons (Hylobates syndactylus syndactylus), monkey (Macaca nemestrina), clouded leopard (Neofelis diardi nebulosa), deer (Tragulus kanchil javanicus), bears (Helarctos malayanus malayanus), deer (Muntiacus muntjak Montanus), meow congkok (Prionailurus bengalensis sumatrana), lutra Sumatra (lutra sumatrana), ajag (Cuon alpinus sumatrensis), Sumatran rabbit (Nesolagus netscheri), snake eagles Bido (Spilornis cheela malayensis), and others.
The indigenous tribes Child (The Jungle) has also inhabit the forests of Bukit Duabelas National Park for decades.
Native forest mentioned in the National Park as an area of Bukit Duabelas odyssey; where they interact with nature, each other, mutual care and mutual support. To meet the necessities of life, tribal Children In conducting pig hunting, fishing, looking for honey, and rubber tapping for sale.
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