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Ujung Kulon National Park:

Into the Wilderness

Tuesday, September 25, 2001

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Adventure seekers who travel to see the last remaining Javanese rhinos in Ujung Kulon will indeed be fascinated. Java’s westernmost tip is home to 50 of these single-horned rare species. The other place in the world where you can find these animals is in Vietnam.

Actually Ujung Kulon, which became a national park in 1992, is not only home to these Javanese rhinos. The 122,956-hectare park consisting of 76,214 hectares of land and 46,742 h

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