Format : An episode from the series TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE
Duration : 26’
Available versions : French | English
Ujung Kulon is the first Indonesian national park listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It encompasses the largest rainforest in the country and is home to the nearly extinct Javan rhino. Victims of poaching and deforestation, they are quickly disappearing.
The dedication and personal investment of the park’s men and women allow the cycle of life to perpetuate.