Sungai Dusun Wildlife Reserve,Selangor

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The Sungai Dusun Wildlife Reserve was established in 1964 under Selangor State Government with Gazet No. 359. With an area of 4330 hectares, this area is the first to be reserved to protect the Sumateran rhinos. It is located about 120 km to the north of Kuala Lumpur. Generally, this reserve consists of low land diterocarp forest and peat swamp forest with its top summit about 253 metres from the sea level. This reserve is surrounded by Sungai Dusun in the north and Sungai Tengi in the south. In the west, there is a canal known as the Ben Canal that connects Sungai Tengi and Sungai Bernam.

Within the reserve, there is an ex-situ breeding centre for wildlife species such as Tapir and percuppines with entrances through main roads to Sungai Besar, Selangor. This centre is identified with the name of Sungai Dusun Wildlife Conservation Centre