Tangale Nature Reserve is a nature reserve located in Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo Province. Tangale Nature Reserve is designated as a nature reserve based on the Decree of the Minister of Forestry Number 431/Kpts/II/92. This letter was issued on May 5, 1992. The Tangale Nature Reserve is set to occupy an area of 112.50 hectares.

13. Biosites-Kuskus Beruang

Figure 1. Kuskus Beruang (Ailurops ursinus) (Photo: Rosyid A Azhar).

14. Biosites-Tangale nature reserve and 19th century Gorontalo-Dutch memorial

Figure 2. Tangale nature reserve and 19th century monument (Photo: Burdu).

The ecosystem in this nature reserve is a tropical rain forest. Some types of plants that live in it are nantua, bamboo, and banyan. While the types of mammals that make up the habitat in it are wild boars, black monkeys, and anoa. In the Tangale Nature Reserve, precisely in Labanu Village, Tibawa District, Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo, there is a monument that is thought to have existed since the Dutch colonial era.


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