Welcome to Sebangau National Park


Peat forms over thousands of years as organic material accumulates in seasonally flooded regions. The semi-decayed material can extend as deep as 20m below the surface, and contains more carbon than the forest growing above. Due to habitat loss, nearly half of the mammals and one-third of the bird species found in peat swamps are endangered or threatened.


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Sebangau National Park in detail