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Grandeur of the Tropical Rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia

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Series: FRIM Special Publication Volume: 5
By: Samsudin Musa(Editor), Christine Fletcher(Editor), Azian Mohti(Editor), Ismail Parlan(Editor), Ismail Harun(Editor), Abd. Latif bin Mohmod(Foreword By)
204 pages, colour photos
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Language: English

Grandeur of the Tropical Rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia brings to light the hidden wonders of what makes the tropical rainforests truly grandeur. It takes us on a journey through many different forests, from the coastal mangrove and swampy peat forests to the inland forests from sea level up to the spectacular cloud montane forests. The different forest habitats harbour amazing plants and animals as well as human communities.

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Art / Photobook
Series: FRIM Special Publication Volume: 5
By: Samsudin Musa(Editor), Christine Fletcher(Editor), Azian Mohti(Editor), Ismail Parlan(Editor), Ismail Harun(Editor), Abd. Latif bin Mohmod(Foreword By)
204 pages, colour photos
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