A look at some of the best Indonesian Wildlife documentaries you can watch for free online.

(a). Full Documentaries.

1. Is It Too Late To Save Orangutan's? | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

Is it too late to save the Orangutans? On the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia, these iconic species are barely hanging on. Orangutans are considered critically endangered. The massive wave of deforestation for oil palm production shows no sign of slowing down. Theoretically protected, the island's precious peatlands are being chewed up. Whole forests are set on fire killing every living thing in this paradise of biodiversity. But scientists have mobilized to save the remaining orangutans. In the...

Is It Too Late To Save Orangutan's? | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
1h 20m 32s 2022-05-31

2. Tracking Indonesia's Komodo Dragons 4K | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

The Sedna 4 team travels to Komodo island in Indonesia to learn more about the infamous Komodo dragons. As they are joined by biologists Achmad and Denny, they will work to undertake a a population census of the dragons on a number of islands in the area. The team locates the dragons to track their population for conservation purposes, as well as interview some of the locals to understand how the villagers and dragons manage to coexist. Next, the Sedna 4 team travels to the Cayman Islands in the...

Tracking Indonesia's Komodo Dragons 4K | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
1h 24m 18s 2022-05-17

3. Saving Indonesia's Elephants and Gibbons 4K | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

The Sedna 4 Team travels to the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, where much of the biodiversity has been removed in exchange for monoculture, creating habitat loss for wildlife, like the Sumatran elephants. Arriving in the Province of Riau, National Parks have been recently established to protect the remaining biodiversity and wildlife, with the WWF and local conservationists and biologists, working with them to show which areas are safe to migrate to and which aren’t. The team then travels to...

Saving Indonesia's Elephants and Gibbons 4K | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
1h 20m 23s 2022-05-03

4. The Extraordinary Features Of These Island Creatures | World's Weirdest Animal Faces | Real Wild

Our Earth is filled with picturesque and graceful creatures, but not every not every animal is as pleasing on the eye as the next. In this episode of Worlds Weirdest Animals Faces, we explore some of Earth's more interesting looking looking creatures that live on islands. The Australian Short Beaked Echidna is visually similar to a porcupine but has a large snout with electro-sensors that can help sense prey underground. In the Indonesian Archipelago, the Komodo dragon is the World's biggest...

The Extraordinary Features Of These Island Creatures | World's Weirdest Animal Faces | Real Wild
Length Date Published
49m 55s 2022-01-01

5. Saving Endangered Orangutans In The Heart Of The Rainforest | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

On the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia, an iconic species is barely hanging on. Orangutans are considered critically endangered. The massive wave of deforestation for oil palm production shows no sign of slowing down. In the heart of the tropical forest, volunteers do what they can to halt the carnage and rehabilitate the last few survivors of an uneven fight against a corrupt and merciless authority. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an...

Saving Endangered Orangutans In The Heart Of The Rainforest | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
40m 9s 2020-04-04

6. Protecting The Rare Gibbons Of Indonesia | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

Aurélien Brulé moved to Indonesia to save the gibbons--small tree-dwelling monkeys whose native forests are being ravaged by oil palm production and who are then often captured and kept as pets, or held captive in deplorable conditions.. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges facing the planet #RealWild...

Protecting The Rare Gibbons Of Indonesia | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
40m 9s 2020-03-28

7. The Mythical Endangered Komodo Dragon | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

The island of Komodo in Indonesia looks like a lost paradise. But watch your step! A strange animal that can dispatch a goat or a person in two seconds flat is the dominant predator: the Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on earth. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges facing the planet #RealWild #Documentary

The Mythical Endangered Komodo Dragon | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
40m 9s 2020-03-14

8. The Horrific Destruction Of Orangutans In Indonesia | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

Large-scale deforestation of tropical forests for palm oil production is a growing problem that threatens the survival of huge numbers of animals and plants, many already on the verge of extinction. In Indonesia, almost two million hectares of forest disappear every year. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges...

The Horrific Destruction Of Orangutans In Indonesia | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
40m 8s 2020-02-29

9. Could Your Fish Have Cyanide In It? | 1000 Days for the Planet | Real Wild

The waters of Indonesia teem with a huge variety of fish but the rapid degradation of coral reefs is threatening many species that are unique in the world. Illegal practices such as blast fishing and cyanide fishing are enormously destructive. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges facing the planet #RealWild...

Could Your Fish Have Cyanide In It? | 1000 Days for the Planet | Real Wild
Length Date Published
40m 11s 2020-02-22

10. Tracking The Tree Crocodile In Indonesia's Forests | The Biggest Lizard In The World | Real Wild

The Guinness Book of Records claims that the Tree Crocodile of Irian Jaya can grow to over 3 metres in length. The claim has never been investigated - until now. This is the story of two men and their hunt for the biggest lizard in one of the world's last great wildernesses - Indonesia's Batanta Island. The locals greatly fear the Tree Crocodile - with good reason. Massive claw marks on trees and graveyards full of skulls suggest that this giant monster is more than just a story! Watch and see...

Tracking The Tree Crocodile In Indonesia's Forests | The Biggest Lizard In The World | Real Wild
Length Date Published
49m 41s 2018-12-10