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The Sundaland biodiversity hotspot, which includes tropical rainforest ecosystems in Malaysia, is rich in biodiversity. There are many endemic animals there such as the orangutan and Asian rhinoceros. There are over 1,500 species of endemic plants, as well as 43 species of threatened endemic birds, and 59 endemic amphibians. This area is highly threatened by humans due to logging and forest fires. Less than 30% of the tropical forests remain intact. Why might this area be considered a biodiversity hot spot?
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