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Tropical wetlands: A wild kingdom

Tropical peatlands are home to endangered species like orangutans and tigers.
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Many threatened flagship species for conservation (including orangutans, rhinoceroses and Sumatran tigers) find refuge in Indonesia’s peat forests. Further agricultural expansion and fragmentation of their environments threaten their last remaining home. Get the latest news and research on tropical peatlands at blog.cifor.org/wetlands.

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