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Indonesia's wildly ranging habitats are home to a diverse number of living creatures.

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aired 52 days ago
Papua's lost worlds support one of the richest concentrations of life on our planet.
aired 80 days ago
Central Indonesia is a wild, volcanic world where life thrives and dragons rule.
aired 86 days ago
The western Indonesian islands of Borneo and Sumatra are home to rare species.

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