7 Famous Natural Landmarks in Indonesia You Shouldn’t Miss

 Natural Landmarks is a natural conservation area that has been established by the government and certainly has an original ecosystem. The protected flora and fauna in the national park are typical Indonesian flora and fauna whose existence is threatened with extinction. Natural Landmarks are very protected and cared for by the government, so that their […]

12 Facts of Indonesian Zoo You Should Know

The zoo (often abbreviated as bonbin in Bahasa Indonesia abbreviated from “Kebon Binatang”) or wildlife park is where animals are kept in an artificial environment, and shown to the public. In addition to being a place of recreation, the zoo serves as a place of education, research, and conservation sites for endangered species. Animals kept […]

The History of Komodo Island

Komodo Island National Park consists of three main islands, namely Komodo Island, Rinca Island, and Padar Island. Of the remaining 603 km2 are small islands. When totaled, the area of Komodo Island National Park reached 1917 km2. A volcanic island inhabited by 5,700 giant lizards, flanked by Sumbawa and Flores Islands between the border of […]

Top 9 Interesting Siamang Gibbon Facts – Endangered

If we are looking at these primates jumping around the trees, we might feel a bit curious because these particular primates are looking like monkey, but doesn’t look like one at the same time. Well, don’t be too fast to judge because this is definitely no monkey that we are talking about. We are talking […]

Bali Myna Bird Facts – Characteristics and Conservation

Bali myna bird, also known as Jalak Bali and Bali Starling, the name myna is from the 18th Century, from the Hindi word ‘Mainā’. Then, now it transforms into Myna, the Bali myna bird is a bird that’s mean it’s an intoxicating, delightful and joyful type of bird. They are now found only in one […]

Endangered Sumatran Elephants – Threats and Conservation

Indonesia is known as a country that has a large area of rain forest. Having over 18,000 islands, Indonesia contains the world’s third largest area of rain forest after Amazon and Africa’s Congo Basin. The forests of Borneo and Sumatra are islands that contain rain forest the most in Indonesia. The forest of Sumatra is […]