The islands of Indonesia are in the shadow of the world's most active volcanoes. The environment of this country is very dynamic. Today you see the island, but tomorrow it may not be. The explosion occurred on the island of Krakatoa in 1883. And after 50 years erupted on the sea floor, which led to the formation of yet another island — Anak Krakatau, or Child of Krakatoa.
Volcanoes erupt constantly in this place, threatening the lives of people, animals and the entire environment. Rare species of animals and plants can be found on isolated islands, and some of them are present in this part of the world. They have adapted to its unusual environment and take advantage of the habitat on the volcano.
On the island of Sumatra, is known for its 33 active volcanoes, the largest and home to rare mammals — orangutan, Asian elephant, rhino and sumatriysky sumatriysky tiger. Welcome to an unforgettable and wonderful journey into the unpredictable world of volcanoes, which will leave no one indifferent!
Category: Natural disasters and the environment