As Raja Ampat has more than 1500 islands, you will be right in thinking the wildlife among them is not the same. In Waigeo Island for instance you will find cuscuses, and endemic species to this island, also called Wigeo spotted cuscus. These furry marsupials are nocturnal animals and both genders of this unique animal are whitish with black spots. On Gam island, some of the bats species you can see are Cenderawasih Bay flying fox, Beaufort’s naked-backed fruit bat, Raffray’s sheath-tailed bat. In Kri Island, monitor lizards are widely found, as well as cuscuses and geckos. You may also see coconuts crabs; despite the fact they are listed as endangered species. This nocturnal crab will only come out at nighttime to feed on coconuts. This island has forests rich in bird life, being some of these several species of eclectus parrots, lorikeets, cockatoos, kingfishers, kookaburras, hornbills, butcherbirds, pigeons, sunbirds, honeyeaters, swallows, wagtails, scrub fowls, egrets, white-headed shelducks, frigatebirds and fish eagles.