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In Java there are only two seasons, a dry and rainy season. The rainy season lasts from November up to February and the dry season from April to October, with the transition periods characterized by capricious weather occurring in the months of March and Oktober. Even in the middle of the wet season temperature could range from 23 degrees to 33 degrees Celsius, except at higher altitudes, which can be much cooler. The heaviest rainfall is usually recorded in December and January each year. But usually it is hot and humid around Carita. It tends to rain every few days, but normally not for a very long time also in the rainy season.
Java is an island in Indonesia. It is the largest island in entire Indonesia (three larger islands, Sumatra, Borneo and New Guinea, are shared between Indonesia and other countries), and the sixth largest island in the world.
Banten at the West of Java (Indonesian: Banten) is a province on the Java island. Its capital is Serang just 2 hours from Jakarta. The province stretches across the island of Sumatra between the Jakarta city and the Sunda Strait. It borders Jakarta province on the east and Lampung in south Sumatra provinces.
The island includes more than 10 National Parks, including 3 which are listed as the Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Java World Heritage Site—Ujung Kulon National Park, Halimunt National Park and Baluran National Park.
The island is home to 201 mammal species and 580 bird species.
Java has a huge range of plant and animal species but has lost almost 50% of its tropical rainforest in the last 35 years and many species are Critically Endangered such as Java Rhino, Javan monkey and Javan Bulls Etc.
The people represent many different ethnic groups, speaking 52 different languages. Most of these groups, however, share many similar traditions and the different tongues are closely related.
87% of Javas are thought to be Muslim with 10% Christian, 2% Buddhist and 1% Hindu.
Sundaness-speaking people dominate on this area,