Teluk Rubiah: A forest worth preserving

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  • Sunday, 16 Mar 2014

A tree found nowhere else, plus other interesting flora and fauna, make this forest in Lumut, Perak, ideal for a park.

REDDISH florets are strewn all over the forest path, like confetti. Though they resemble flowers, these are actually seeds of the kapur tree. All around us, rainforest trees soar sky-high. Below them, shrubs and plants with differently-shaped leaves abound. And down on the jungle floor, colourful fungi sprout.

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