Lengguru, A Living Sanctuary
A Franco-Indonesian scientific expedition ventures into a still unknown region of the island of Papua: the Lengguru Massif. For scientists, this very isolated territory is an open-air laboratory. It harbors one of the richest biodiversity zones on the planet. How have the species trapped in the massif for millions of years acclimatized? Have they developed new functions? What has changed in their diet, in their metabolism, in their morphology?