It also hosts MT kimabalu which is the highest point in southeastern Asia. Also, it also matters a lot to those who know the meaning of extrinsic values of a species. His island is the home to the endangered Orangutan and Dayak fruit which are found nowhere else in the world.
2. New Guinea, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea- 785,753 sq. km
This island lies on the east of Malay Archipelago in the southeast of the Pacific Ocean. It is the second largest island in the world. Amazingly, the population density is as low as 7.5 million inhabitants. It experiences heavy rainfall throughout the year and also active volcanicity.
It has a similar selection of wildlife species just like Australia. These include marsupials, such as wallabies, possums, and anteaters. Human inhabitation in New Guinea dates back to the very first African migrants over 40,000 years ago. There are a high number of languages spoken on the island resulting from the long history of its divisive scenery.
1. Kingdom of Denmark- Greenland