Enveloped in dramatic scenery, wild volcanoes, enchanting beaches, and rich history and culture, the Indonesian archipelago welcomes its guests with open arms. The island is a mixture of mystery, legend and myth, and a colorful mix of wildlife. It is home to rare species of wild animals and birds, the wildlife here is unique and diverse because the level of biodiversity in Indonesia is at a higher level and so if you are a lover of nature and wildlife, this may be the right place for you.
The adventure of a lifetime in Indonesia confuses you with the diversity of wildlife and gives you the opportunity to meet the largest lizards and the smallest primates, Here are some of the most unique wild animals in Indonesia:
Hidden hunters and the largest lizards found, komodo dragons are the modern banner bearer of Indonesian tourism. They are found mainly on the islands of Komodo and Rinca. However, it is highly recommended to visit these islands with a guide for your safety, as these dragons are powerful and poisonous.
The islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan are probably the only homes for endangered Sumatran orangutan species, and if you want to see some of them in their native habitat, this is the place. Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan, Kalimantan is the right place if you want to see orangutans while enjoying the beauty of the forest from klotka, a multi -storey living ship.
Endemic to the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, the maleo bird is a rare and beautiful species that can be seen here. With the ability to fly immediately after hatching, this chick -like bird makes an unforgettable time.
The dwarf Tarsius is a furry creature the size of a mouse that happens to be the smallest primate in the world. Finding one of them on the island of Sulawesi requires good eyesight and a little luck, because this creature does not like to be found. It is about four inches tall, has large eyes and ears, and is active at night. If you want to catch a glimpse of the dwarf tarsius, you must visit Tangkoko National Park.
The Javan Rhinoceros, the smallest of the rhinos, is a rare species that lives on the islands of Indonesia. Ujung Kulon National Park is the only place where you can see these rhinos and therefore the place you should put on the list if you want to see rhinos.
The Sumatran tiger is the smallest surviving species found on the island of Sumatra and is listed as an endangered species. Kerinci Seblat National Park is the place to be if you want to catch a glimpse of this scenery. The Sumatran tiger is a population of Panthera tigris sondaica that inhabits the island of Sumatra, Indonesia and is the only member of the Sundanese tiger subspecies that still survives to this day.
The Javan Rhinoceros, also called the Sundanese Rhinoceros or a small rhinoceros, is a member of the Rhinocerotidae family and is one of five extant rhino species.
If you want to see animals in mini size, Indonesia is definitely right for you! After the dwarf tarsius, Javan rhino and Sumatran tiger, the Borneo elephant is the smallest subspecies of the Asian elephant. They are also known as dwarf elephants because of their small stature and large ears.
Kalimantan elephants are a subspecies of Asian elephants and can be found in North Kalimantan and Sabah. The origin of Borneo elephants is still controversial. There is a hypothesis that they were brought to the island of Borneo
Black monkeys found in Sulawesi are another endangered species on the island of Indonesia. These monkeys were seen at the Tangkoko Sulawesi Wildlife Sanctuary and marked “selfie” when a monkey clicked on its own image, and the image later became the subject of copyright issues.
Yaki or Monyet wolai or Monyet hitam sulawesi is an endemic animal of Indonesia that is found only in the northern part of Sulawesi Island and some surrounding islands. Yaki is the largest type of macaka monkey on the island of Sulawesi.