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The Batang Toru forests have very high faunal biodiversity. Seventy-five mammal species have already been recorded, including very rare species such as the sumatran tiger, sumatran orangutan.


Both these species are classified on the IUCN Red List as Critically Endangered, which means they are close to extinction. A further 16 species found in the forests are also classed as either Endangered or Vulnerable.

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