By Andrew Jackson
"Wild Indonesia" was in some ways an extension of the new methods we had
tried to introduce with "In The Wild," but this time, applied to a more
traditional program. Here was a place with an incredible diversity of
animals - the only country to house both tigers and kangaroos - and the
story of how it became that way is the story of Wild Indonesia. More
on Filming "Wild Indonesia"
By Laura Humphreys
The Hardest Challenge
When it came to filming "Wild Indonesia," the hardest challenge was deciding
exactly what to include. With 17,000 islands that support over 2,000 species
of birds and mammals, more living forms than in the whole continent of
Africa, we were spoiled for choice. Indonesia is full of the unique and
bizarre, from the world's largest flower to kangaroos that live in trees.