Tesso Nilo National Park
Jl. Koridor Langgam No.Km. 4, Pangkalan Kerinci Bar., Kec. Pangkalan Kerinci, Kabupaten Pelalawan, Riau 28654, Indonesia
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Tesso Nilo National Park is a national park in Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. It was declared a national park by the Indonesian government in 2004. Tesso Nilo National Park houses some of the largest coherent lowland rainforests remaining on Sumatra. The Center for Biodiversity Management has surveyed over 1,800 plots in tropical forests around the world. They found that no other plot has as many vascular plants as in Tesso Nilo. Indonesian Institute of Sciences surveyed forests throughout S
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