Rimbang Baling: Pristine rainforests in Indonesia | WWF-Singapore

Rimbang Baling is one of Indonesia’s last pristine rainforests and final
frontier for its Sumatran Tiger and wildlife. It is an area that is six times the size of Singapore, it is a prime tiger breeding area. But this area is under threat from illegal logging and poaching.

WWF is working to conserve and restore rainforests in this area and to protect wildlife and sustain communities dependent on the forests. One way you can find out more about this is to visit the Into The Wild exhibit at the ArtScience museum in Singapore: intothewild.sg
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