Meet the Malaysian Giant Turtle (Orlitia borneensis), also known as the Bornean River Turtle or Malayan Giant Terrapin which belongs to the Geoemydidae family, the largest family of living [...]
Meet the Greater Green Leafbird (Chloropsis sonnerati), a bird which belongs to the Chloropseidae family. Besides Indonesia, where it is known as Cica-daun besar, this bird is also native to Brunei, [...]
Meet the Agile Gibbon (Hylobates agilis), also known as the black-handed gibbon.  The mammal, part of the Hylobatidae family, is native to Sumatra in Indonesia, where it is known as Owa ungko. The [...]
Meet the Wallago Catfish or Helicopter Catfish (Wallago leerii), a freshwater catfish which belongs to the Siluridae family. The fish is native to Southeast Asia, and Greater Sunda Islands of [...]
Restorasi Ekosistem Riau (RER) has now recorded 757 plant and animal species resident in the Kampar Peninsula as of June 2018.   This builds on RER’s previous biodiversity count totalling 519 [...]
Meet the Asian Water Monitor (Varanus salvator), a lizard which belongs to the Varanidae family, which comprises nearly 80 species of monitor lizards. This reptile is native to and commonly found [...]
Meet the Storm’s Stork (Ciconia stormi), a bird which belongs to the Ciconiidae family. It is considered to be the rarest of all stork species. The Storm’s Stork is native to Brunei Darussalam, [...]
Meet the Sunda Pangolin (Manis javanica), known in Indonesia as Trenggiling Peusing. The mammal, part of the Manidae (pangolin) family, is native to Southeast Asia. Besides Indonesia, it is found in [...]
Restorasi Ekosistem Riau (RER) was established in 2013 to protect, restore and manage the deforested and degraded peatland forest areas in Kampar Peninsula and Padang Island, Province of Riau. [...]