Sabah Parks Global International Programmes
CRBR covers an area of 350, 584 ha of terrestrial ecosystems and natural landscapes, the largest area in the Malaysia. Located at the West Coast of Sabah (North of Borneo), southern part of the Mount Kinabalu (World Heritage Site), and stretches about 120 km north and south 40 km east and west. Encompassing rich biosdiversity and tropical hill-montane landscape from lowland-hill forest (<300 m asl.) to cloud forest (>1,500 m asl/). The core zone (144,492 ha) of CRBR consist of legally protected Crocker Range Park (CRP: 139,919 ha), and three forest reserves (4,573 ha). The core zone is covered by natural vegetation, which is ecologically connected and surrounded by legally managed buffer (60, 313 ha) and transition (145,779 ha). The area serves as a water catchment for the towns, surrounding communities, agricultural, industrial and domestic consumptions.
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