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Malaysia is known to be one of the twelfth richest megacentres for biodiversity in the world, possessing 80% of the earth’s biodiversity and 15,000 types of flowering plants.

 
 
Ulu Geroh Rafflesia and Rajah Brooke's Birdwing Conservation Area
The Rafflesia is the world’s largest flower and can only be found in the tropical rainforests of South East Asian countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
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