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Conservation of Native flora in Bengkulu

Written By Rio Gonzales on Monday, January 14, 2013 | Monday, January 14, 2013

Conservation of flora native to the Tropical Forest Tours offered by Kepahiang is located in the village of Monok Tebat. the area is still in the protected forest preserves a peculiarity of high-value habitat area rare flora is Amorphophallus. The region is also becoming more rare flora conservation areas i.e. Rafflesia arnoldii. As is known, the flower has a size of this giant can reach 1.5 meters in diameter. While the Amorphophallus reaches a height of 2 meters.
In addition to being the attraction of visitors to see the flowers that bloom directly about this March – november, this conservation area is often times made educational tours by some institutions and scientists.
the forest area is still asri is adding to the sense of adventure for those who are adventurous and for those who love the outdoors. The area is located 65 km from the city of Bengkulu.

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