KOMODO SURVIVAL PROGRAM

Working for ensuring the survival of The Last Dragon on Earth

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About Komodo Dragon

The Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis, is the largest lizard endemic to five islands in southeast Indonesia. The islands of Komodo, Rinca, Nusa Kode and Gili Motang are part of Komodo National Park. On Flores, the fifth and largest island, three nature reserves, Wae Wuul, Wolo Tado and Riung, harbour extant Komodo dragon populations on the west and north coast, respectively. There is a vital need of island based conservation strategy on managing Komodo dragon population in their current distribution areas, Flores and adjacent islands within the boundary of Komodo National Park.

Taxonomy

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Life History

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Morphology

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Conservation Status

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Distribution

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IN THE MEDIA

IN COLLABORATION WITH

2008

9 Years

OUR TEAM

Deni Purwandana

Program Coordinator / CEO

Achmad Ariefiandy

Project Manager

Sanggar Abdil Nasu

Field Officer

Adri Febriyandi

Finance

Puspita Insan Kamil

Public Outreach

Muhammad Azmi

GIS Officer

Jeri Imansyah

Chairman

Tim Jessop

Scientific Adviser

Claudio Ciofi

Scientific Adviser

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CONTACT

Because most of our activities are field-based, you may not find us if you call at our office. We can be reached mainly by email:

info@komododragon.org

Address

Jl Tegal Wangi II, Gang Kubusaba no 11, Sesetan, Denpasar - BALI 80223, INDONESIA

Phone and Fax

+62 361 8950832