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The Southeast Sulawesi Province is populated by more than 1.2 million people, in five diverse and interesting cultural groups: The Tolaki, Morunene, Buton, Muna (locally called the Wuna), and the Bajo. All offer the visitor a glimpse of life styles which have survived man's rush to modernization while using much of today's technology to their advantage.  Most of the beauty of the region has been preserved for prosperity by declaring it "National Parks" and "Nature Preserve".

The entire province is inhabited by wonereous animals, living freely, easily seen and appreciated by visitor. Deer, Wild Pigs, Small Rodent- like animals called Kus-Kus, Monkey, Snakes, Anoa (Small Buffalo) and numerous varieties of bird abound. But the hunting of animals is forbidden in national parks and preserves and carefully controlled by local government, in other areas. The warmth of the Sulawesi people, the local flora, fauna, and untouched beaches, are the highlights of this unique loacale. It is truly one of the world's last remaining natural habitants waiting so show off for the visitor who can appreciate such natural beauty and the people who live in it.

 

 



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