Sumatra Selatan

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Sumatra Selatan

 

a natural preserve in Indonesia, in the southern part of the island of Sumatra. The preserve, which covers an area of 356,800 hectares, was established in 1935 to protect the Indian elephant, the deer Rusa equina, the Asiatic tapir, the Sumatran two-horned rhinoceros, primates, and other animals, as well as tropical plants of the genus Rafflesia, particularly Rafflesia arnoldi.

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1 For example, Masyhuri, Riwayat Hidup dan Perjuangan Mahmud Badaruddin II: Calon Pahlawan Nasional (Story of the Life and Struggle of Mahmud Badaruddin II: Proposed National Hero) (Jakarta: Department of Education and Culture, 1981); Ibrahim Alfian et al., Sejarah Perlawanan Terhadap Imperialisme dan Kolonialisme di Daerah Sumatra Selatan (History of the Fight Against Imperialism and Colonialism in South Sumatra) (Jakarta: Department of Education and Culture, 1983/84).
In addition to the PLTU Mulut Tambang Sumatra Selatan 9 and PLTU Mulut Tambang Sumatra Selatan 10, there will be PLTU Mulut Tambang Jambi, which will have a capacity of 2 x 400 MW to cost around US$ 90 million.
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