[ suːmˈɑːtɹən], [ suːmˈɑːtɹən], [ s_uː_m_ˈɑː_t_ɹ_ə_n]
How to use "Sumatran" in context?
There are over 300 species of flowering plants and 17,000 species of animals in Sumatra. The sumatran mainland is the largest island chain in Indonesia and sixth largest island chain in the world. It has a tropical dry and wet equatorial climate. Sumatra is one of the 18 provinces of Indonesia. The capital is Bandung. The population of Sumatra was estimated at 106,737,000 in 2015. The inhabitants are predominantly ethnic Malay, with a significant population of Balinese and Javanese. The official language of Sumatra is Indonesian, but over half the population speaks a language of the Sundanese family.
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