Cities in Action: Mangroves and Monkeys in Tarakan’s City Center

The island of Tarakan, in the region of Kalimantan in northern Borneo, is home to the Mangrove and Bekantan Conservation Area (KKMB) – the only mangrove forest located in the center of an Indonesian city. At the KKMB, there are 25 species of mangroves within the 9-hectare mangrove park, which is home to 45 rare 

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