|Native name: Natuna Besar|
|Location||South China Sea|
The area of Great Natuna is 1720 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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