With smoke from forest fires choking its cities, illegal loggers quickly decimating its trees, and poachers looting deep inside its national parks, one might wonder if the image of Kalimantan as home to pristine rainforests and a plethora of flora and fauna is nothing but a thing of the past. Fortunately, there is one place in Kalimantan where Mother Naturewith a little help from her friendshas largely managed to prevail over the avaricious tenta
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