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Indonesia is one among the richest tropical forest in the world and in fact ranks third behind Brazil and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Its tropical forest land covers 120 million hectares and one of the most biologically diverse and extensive in the world and hosts around 10 percent of the world's plant and mammal species. Experts however agree that Indonesia's forest is in grave threat. According to Forest Watch Indonesia and Global Forest Watch, Indonesia is losing nearly 2 million hectares of forest...
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