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2019 april: Indonesia/Sumatra II - Kerinci Seblat NP

Now it went into the undeveloped and wild part of Sumatra in the south of the country.

The first stop was the Kerinci Seblat National Park at the foot of the Kerinci volcano (3,805 m). The park is home to a variety of birds, such as the gray-headed frog's mouth, garnet pitta, Schneider's pitta, wren,

but also, primates and binturongs, also called raccoon bears.