Saturday, July 23, 2011

Anai Valley (West Sumatra, Indonesia)

Anai Valley Waterfall sources originating from Mount Singgalang. The water is crystal clear flowing down the hills toward the slope, then continues to flow past Anai valley nature reserve before reaching the edge of the precipice. From this cliff, the flow of water and then plunge into the valley floor that has a height of about 50 feet and form a crater sump. Waterfall mist of water to form a beautiful cluster of colorful light when illuminated by the sun.


Of natural beauty, rich flora and fauna. Natural beauty that can be watched, three waterfalls and a lake where the water is bluish in color. One of them is located on the roadside which Anai Valley Waterfall. While two other waterfall covered by thick forest, and may be traveling about 15 minutes from the location Anai Valley Waterfall. Panoramic beauty of the lake about 15 minutes from the edge of the highway.

Flora one of which is the corpse flower (amorphyphalus titanum). Cangar, sapek, Madang Siapi-fire (Litsea adinantera), cubadak / Cempedak water (Artocarpus sp), Madang babulu (gironniera nervosa), and others.


Fauna, rare endangered animals, including Sumatran tigers (phantera tigris sumatrensis), deer (cervius timorensis), gibbon (Hylobates syndactylus), long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicu-demand), monkey (Macaca nemestrena), pangolin (sweet java - Monica), deer (Tragulus sp), tapir, and lizards. long-tailed macaques, gibbons, and monkeys. All three animals are always moving to look for fruits that are in the forest to the edge of the highway and is often seen by visitors.
Various birds, like eagles (accipitriade sp), birds Balam (bolumbidae), bird pigeon, and quail.
A variety of butterflies (troides miranda neo).


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