Photograph by Matthias Klum, Nat Geo Image Collection
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Ancient rain forests give ground to a barren landscape of oil palm plantations and access roads in Sarawak, one of two states in the Malaysian island of Borneo. More than 90 percent of Borneo’s primary forest has been destroyed.  

Photograph by Matthias Klum, Nat Geo Image Collection

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