The island nation of Indonesia bridges the gap between Asia and Australasia, a fact reflected in its fantastically diverse wildlife: the verdant rainforests in the west are home to elephants, gibbons and tigers while its eastern islands house rare birds of paradise, cockatoos and bizarre tree-dwelling marsupials.

Sandwiched between are an eclectic collection of animals including orang-utans, flying lizards, impossibly cute primates and the infamous Komodo dragons.

Travel expert and wildlife photographer Dr Jonathan Morris gives an insight of where to see the best of Indonesia’s wildlife and shares some of his photos of the country and its wildlife.

Date(s) - 17/08/2018
11:00 am - 11:20 am

Harrier Lecture Theatre