Bukit Duabelas is a relatively small national park covering 605 km² in Sumatra, Indonesia. It is representative of lowland tropical rain forests in the province of Jambi. Only the northern part of the park consists of primary rainforest, while the rest is secondary forest, as result of previous logging.The park is inhabited by the indigenous Orang Rimba.Among the 120 plant species in the park there are Eusideroxylon zwageri rare timber trees, Koompassia excelsa trees that can grow over 80m high, Dyera costulata trees than can have up to 2m diameter and rattan palms
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