Tabin Wild Life Reserve
Tabin Wild Life Reserve has been declared a wildlife forest reserves of class VII by the Forest Enactment of Sabah back in 1968 for wildlife protection. Tabin popularly known because of its huge lowland dipterocarp rainforest which was created in 1984 to preserve Sabah’s large numbers of disappearing wild and highly endangered animals. Located about 48km north-east of Lahad Datu town, Tabin plays an important role as a dedicated home ground mainly for the breeding of endangered wildlife and protected mammals in Sabah especially the largest mammals like Sumatran Rhino, Pgymy Elephant and Tembadau.
Location : Lahad Datu, Sabah Borneo Malaysia.
Area covered : 120,539 hectares of protected forest
Species : 75 Mammals, 45 reptiles, 252 birds, 24 Fresh water fishes, 945 plants.
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