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Wildlife shot of a large male Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) at the beach of Komodo islands. The Komodo Dragon (also called Komodo monitor) is the largest living species of lizard, with a maximum length of 3 metres (10 ft) and a body weight up to 70 kg (150 lb). The animal is a relict of very large lizards that once lived across Indonesia and Australia.

The breathtakingly beautiful landscape on Padar Island is second to none. This island is the perfect place for a scenic hike and spectacular photos. As you ascend one of the many grassy hills, you will be swept away by the surrounding gorgeous green, white and blue hues. The vantage point from the tallest peak will give you a stunning view of four crescent-shaped sparkling beaches and an abundance of photos to make your family and friends green with envy.

Stunning biodiversity with Gorgonian Sea Fans, many species of soft coral and sponges, Acropora sp. stony coral, feather stars, ascidians like didemnum molle on a kind of "island", a little rock formation, just 1m over the bottom in a region of very strong current, where almost nothing can grow. A lot of fish species, Gold-band Fusilier (= Blue and Gold Fusilier = Scissortail Fusilier) Caesio caerulaurea, Blue Streak Fusiliers (= Neon Fusilier) Pterocaesio tile, Webers Chromis Chromis weberi, Klein's Butterflyfish Chaetodon kleinii, Philippines Chromis Chromis scotochiloptera, Threespot Dascyllus Dascyllus trimaculatus at the North East Side of Komodo Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia, 8°29'38" S 119°34'23" E at 7m depth

Swallowtail Cardinalfish Verulux cypselurus (former Rhabdamia cypselurus) occurs in tropical Indo-West Pacific in a depth range from 2-15m, max. length 6cm. Typical behavoir to see, large school above corals of a lagoon patch reef. Hard to imagine that the individuals of this large school practice distinct pairing during courtship and spawning. Northeast side of Gili Lawa Laut, Komodo National Park, Indonesia, 8°26'35.8" S 119°35'0.89" E at 4m depth

Colourful anthias meeting at a sea mountain called Batu Bolong, many fish species as Jewel fairy basslet (m. & f.) Pseudanthias squamipinnis, Threadfin Anthias (m. & f.) Pseudanthias huchtii, Bluestreak Fusilier Pterocaesio tile, Two-lined monocle bream Scolopsis bilineatus, Ternate Chromis Chromis ternatensis, Moonwrasse (m. & f.) Thalassoma lunare, Two-tone Wrasse (intermediate phase) Thalassoma amblycephalum, Fusilier Damselfish Lepidozygus tapeinosoma, Sergeant-Majors Abudefduf vaigiensis, Lemon Damsel Pomacentrus moluccensis, Chevroned Butterflyfish Chaetodon trifascialis, Eastern Triangular Butterflyfish Chaetodon baronessa, Sixbar Wrasse Thalassoma hardwicke. East of Komodo Island, Indonesia, 8°32'12" S 119°36'51" E at 2m depth

Komodo Island, Indonesia - September 21,2017: Wildlife shot of a large male Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) at the beach of Komodo islands - in the backgroud a small local boat and a large international Cruise Ship. The Komodo Dragon (also called Komodo monitor) is the largest living species of lizard, with a maximum length of 3 metres (10 ft) and a body weight up to 70 kg (150 lb). The animal is a relict of very large lizards that once lived across Indonesia and Australia.

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