Bali & Komodo

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In Bali, what many may dismiss as a current in the water may actually be an eel in its larval stage. Recently, divers captured footage of the Leptocephalus, which is the name for any eel in its larval stage. It is Latin for "slim head," because the head of this swimmer is the only part of it that is clearly visible.

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Although not officially endangered, the Java pond heron still finds sanctuary in Petulu, Bali. The heron sanctuary also allows incredible ornithological observation for bird lovers on International Expeditions' nature travel journey to Bali and Komodo.

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Fuzzy, grey-bearded faces peer out at visitors as they enter the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal in Bali. The four troops of Balinese long-tailed macaques in this forest are protected by Hindu values, offering visitors a unique nature travel experience.

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