When you look into a tropical ecosystem, you’re bound to come across an eclectic mix of wondrous wildlife, from exotic birds to slithery reptiles to oversized insects! The country of Indonesia is brimming with over 180 species of mammal, just under 120 species of bird, 32 species of reptile, 140 different types of fish, and 32 amphibians. Among some of the more exotic – and sadly endangered – wildlife to look for is the Halmahera Bird-of-Paradise, Spectral Tarsier, the Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle, and the massive Raja Laut, also known as the Indonesian coelacanth. The most striking creature, however, is the oversized Komodo Dragon. Growing up to 10-feet or roughly 3-meters long, the Komodo is indigenous to the Lesser Sunda Islands and is known for its venomous saliva.