Discover the biodiversity
Bali is a tropical paradise that is home to a wide variety of plant and animal species, known as Bali Wildlife. The island’s diverse ecosystems and habitats support a wide range of species, many of which are unique to the island. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, temples, and vibrant culture, as well as its diverse wildlife.
One of the notable species found on Bali is the Bali Starling, also known as the Bali Myna. This bird is a critically endangered species that is native to the island and is known for its striking white plumage and blue eyes. Unfortunately, species like the Bali Tiger and Bali Elephant are now extinct due to hunting and habitat loss. However, there are still many other species that can be found on the island like the Bali Long-tailed Macaque, a monkey that is found throughout the island and is known for its long tail and gray fur. The Bali Mynah, a small bird with striking black and white plumage, is native to Bali and Lombok.
Marine life in Bali is also diverse, with species like the Bali Reef shark, Manta ray, Sea turtle, Nudibranch, Giant clams, Moray eel, Blue-spotted stingray, Surgeonfish can be found. Bali is also home to a wide variety of fungi and plants. Some of the notable fungi include Agaricus species, Pleurotus species, Ganoderma species, Tricholoma species. Bamboo, Frangipani, Rafflesia, Bird of Paradise, Orchids and Pandanus are some of the notable plants found in Bali. In addition to the diverse plant and marine life, Bali also boasts of a diverse wildlife. From the Bali Python to the Bali Spotted Deer, the island’s rainforests and forests are home to a wide variety of species that are unique to the island. The island’s diverse ecosystems and habitats support a wide variety of species, making it a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and conservationists.