Prehistoric Site Sangiran | Komodo

In 1996, UNESCO put Sangiran World Heritage list. Site area of ​​48 square kilometers save tens of thousands of ancient fossils - 13,000 have been found, and 3,000 of them on display at the Museum of Antiquities Sangiran. The surrounding area, dubbed "Sangiran Dome" saves 65% of fossil hominids in Indonesia and 50% of the world more than two million years. Sangiran site discovered in 1934 by paleontologist Gustav Heinrich Ralph von Koeinigswald through artifacts left by Homo erectus in the Ngebung Village. In the ancient geological research refers to the area located 17 kilometers from the city of Solo is actually a stretch of sea. Rotation of the Earth and natural disasters, and then turn it into a rich soil, including fossils of marine animals.

Komodo is the largest lizard in the world who live in Komodo National Park, East Nusa Tenggara. In 1991, UNESCO acknowledged this national park as a World Heritage Site and is competing in the arena of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Komodo is a predator with a full capacity, with a sharp odor, and capable of running and swimming. Its main weapon is the saliva. Anyone who is bitten if not quickly treated will likely die, The population of Komodo dragons estimated 2.700 species. One of the threats to their survival is cannibalism adult komodo dragon eating its baby.