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At 13,791 km², Kerinci Seblat NationalPark is the largest park on Sumatra, a UNESCO WorldHeritage Site, and globally important tiger habitat
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And you need to be very careful! I had a friend with these in their backyard. Easily angered, and extremely dangerous when agitated. They put a number of her neighbors in the hospital...almost killed some. You need to find a local honey hunter and have him remove it (probably the payment of honey will be enough).