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Sabtu, 04 Desember 2010

Tanjung Putting National Park

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Tanjung Putting was originally a game preserve and wildlife reserves with total area of 305 000 ha established by the Dutch on June 13, 1936. Then, on May 12, 1984 by the Ministry of Forestry, Tanjung Putting National Park area designated as a 415 040 ha. Geographically situated between 2 ° 35'-3 ° 20 'latitude and 111 ° 50'-112 ° 15' E covering an area of Kumai district in the West and in the district Kotawaringin Hanau and Seruyan Seruyan Downstream in the District. West Kotawaringin Government has prepared a land use zone in the region with an area of 14,000 ha for development and construction of tourism facilities. Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government in the year 1936/1937 covering an area of 305,000 ha for the protection of orang-utan (Pongo pygmaeus) and bekantan (Nasalis larvatus).

Tanjung Putting National Park is a tourist destination forest park which is located in Central Kalimantan, on the peninsula that juts out into the Java Sea. Tanjung Putting National Park is home to various wildlife, including orangutans, monkeys, birds and other wildlife. In the vicinity of this park you will see many different animals, feel the fresh air is still pure, see the clear night sky and see the lives of wild animals that may have been difficult to find.

Orangutans are one of the most popular wild animal in this national park and orang-utans is possible for the Orangutan Conservation Research Program based at Camp Leakey research station. In addition to enjoying the fresh air around this park, you can also learn more about how to protect endangered species from the island of Borneo.

Support large populations of various species of animals, Tanjung Putting National Park became one of the most important areas in Southeast Asia for the conservation of primates, birds, reptiles and fish. In this national park has eight monkeys including bekantan with the typical long nose. Or you can also see the crocodiles. And a variety of colors and the melodious chirping of the 220 species of birds.

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