|Native name: (Pulau Natuna Besar)|
|Location||South China Sea|
|Area||1,720 km2 (660 sq mi)|
|Length||58 km (36 mi)|
Great Natuna Island (Pulau Natuna Besar in Indonesian) or just Natuna is the main island of the Middle Natuna Archipelago, which is part of the Riau Islands Province, Indonesia. It is also called Great Bunguran Island (Pulau Bunguran Besar).
The area of Great Natuna is 1,720 km².
The island is home to three species of non-human primates: the slow loris (Nycticebus coucang), the long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis), and the Natuna leaf monkey (a.k.a. Natuna pale-thighed surili, Presbytis natunae). A small number of wild goats live on the island as well as sea birds There is a large mosque in the north-east corner of the island. The Masjid Agung Natuna was built over two years from 2007 to 2009.
- Lammertink, Nijman, and Setiorini, 2003. Oryx 37(4):472-479
- Brandon-Jones et al. 2004. Asian Primate Classification. International Journal of Primatology 25(1):97-164.
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