Timber Indonesia


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Men in Pangkalan Limus village collects wood from the surrounding forest. Timber is cut based upon requests and sold to the tea processing factory for 1,500 rupiah per kg. Timber is taken illegally from around Mount Halimun Salak National Park in West Java.

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