Tanjung Puting National Park has some of the eco system as a dry tropical forest lands, lowland freshwater swamp forests, coastal forests, and secondary forests. The park is dominated by lowland forest plants such as Jelutung, Ramin, Meranti, Keruing, and also Rattan. Endangered species and should be protected inhabit Tanjung Puting National Park, is Pongo, proboscis monkey, leaf monkey, Honey Bear, Malayan mouse deer, leopard, leopard cats and jungle.
Tanjung Puting National Park into rehab Pongid or Pongo and rehabilitation pongid there are three locations, namely: Camp Leaky, Tanjung Harapan and Pondok Tanggui. Pongid Kalimantan has a dark reddish fur and tail. As they get older, cheek meat men will come out, like a pillow. The more they get older, the cheek will grow bigger.
Some of the objects of interest in Tanjung Puting National Park:
- Tanjung Harapan
Cape of Good Hope is the first station to the rehabilitation process pongid. Being in the middle of the secondary forest and swamp, has a guesthouse, information centre, tracks and paths
- Pondok Tanggui
Orangutan who has gone through phases of wild spring Tanggui are moved to the cottage. They are constantly monitored and avoided direct contact with humans
- Camp Leakey
The company was founded in 1971 in the middle of primary forest. As a location for pongid semi wild and feral, as well as for the younger pongid and birth to three years
- Natai Lengkuas
This is a research station in Tanjung Puting proboscis. We can see other animals along the river cruise