Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Tesso-Nilo-National-Park-in-Sumatra-27MZIFVIZ46U.htmlConceptually similarAcacia PlantationsGP01L6GCompleted★★★★Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraGP04V3YCompleted★★★★Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraGP04V3ZCompleted★★★★Acacia Plantations in RiauGP01L6CCompleted★★★★Acacia PlantationsGP01L6DCompleted★★★★Acacia PlantationsGP01L6ECompleted★★★★Acacia PlantationsGP01L6FCompleted★★★★Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraGP04V42Completed★★★★Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraGP04V3ICompleted★★★★View AllGP04V43Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraBurned acacia trees at the Tesso Nilo National Park, Indonesia. This forest complex has one of the world’s highest recorded diversities of plants and supports key populations of critically endangered Sumatran elephants and tigers. The park is threatened due to the illegal palm oil and acacia plantation expansion.Locations:Indonesia-Riau-Southeast Asia-Sumatra-Tesso Nilo National ParkDate:29 Sep, 2013Credit:© Ardiles Rante / GreenpeaceLatitude:0°11'9"SMaximum size:6144px X 4096pxLongitude101°58'27"EKeywords:Acacia-Biodiversity-Day-Deforestation-Destruction-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-National parks-Outdoors-Pulp and paper mills-Trees-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Tesso Nilo National Park in SumatraTesso Nilo National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, has one of the world’s highest recorded diversities of plants and supports key populations of critically endangered Sumatran elephants and tigers. It was designated a national park in 2004, but most of the natural forest in and around Tesso Nilo has now been cleared and replaced with plantations to feed the pulp and palm oil sectors. By 2013, just a quarter of the area of the Tesso Nilo forest complex remained forested.