Association of Asian Herpetology (AAH) is an independent, non-governmental, nonprofit oriented voluntary organization dedicated to promote research, public awareness and implement science-based in-situ and ex-situ conservation of Asian herpetofauna.
ASAP Species That We Work On
What We Do
We have conducted several research and conservation projects on Indonesian Herpetofauna in Bali, Banggai, and Sulawesi Islands in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Nicobar Islands, especially on snakes, geckos, skinks, and frogs. We also rediscovered a rare lizard from Sumatra Island from Indonesia. Within two-years since the establishment of our organization we have published nearly 15 research communications including discoveries of 8 new reptile species from Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Nicobar. Currently we focus on conservation and awareness on ASAP species of freshwater tortoises, amphibians, and crocodiles in Indonesia.
Where We Work
Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and India
A.A. Thasun Amarasinghe
Jl. BSD Bintaro No.88, Parigi Baru, Kec. Pd. Aren, Kota Tangerang Selatan, Banten 15228, Indonesia
Association of Asian Herpetology