Taman Safari Indonesia makes great strides in Komodo conservation
The Jakarta Post
Cute: A baby komodo dragon.(JP/PJ Leo)Decades of hard work has finally paid off for the Taman Safari Indonesia conservation park in Bogor, West Java, with the recent birth of 21 Komodo lizards.
The park, which is located in a cool mountainous area south of Jakarta, saw in early March the hatching of 26 Komodo eggs, the results of mating between a male Komodo lizard named Rangga and a female...
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