A rare plant from Indonesia identified as a rare endangered species

A rare species of plant has been identified in the country as a threatened species.

The name is a play on the name of the popular Indonesian pop star Lady Gaga, who famously starred in the hit song “Born This Way.”

The plant, called acacia saplings, is a rare species found only in Indonesia.

The species is a cousin of the common but evergreen bamboo.

It’s also called an evergreen in Indonesia, but not everywhere else.

The word for acacia in the language is sa, which is the common word for bamboo, not saop, which means tree.

The plants have been found only on islands in the Java Sea, and the rare species has only been found in a few areas of the country, including in the northern province of Bali, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

The Indonesian government designated the species in 2011, but the plants have only been recorded in one other country in the world.

The Bali species is found only between the two islands of Sulawesi, which are the world’s most popular destinations for tourists.

The island of Borneo is also the most visited destination in Indonesia by Chinese travelers, according the World Travel & Tourism Council.

In May, Bali became the first city in the region to receive a state-of-the-art airport.

The airport will have more than 10,000 seats, including 1,300 that are reserved for tourists, according ABC News.

A new endangered species report has been released.

The report details the discovery of a new species of wildflower, which has been known in Indonesia for more than 40 years.

The new species is the only one known to live on the islands of Sumatra and Borneos, and is not endangered, the report said.

The endangered species was identified by a team of researchers led by Kaleo University botanist and ecologist, Jethro Naidoo.

“The discovery of this species is very rare,” Naidoos research team said in the report.

The team identified the species by using data from the U.S. Geological Survey and other sources.

Naidos research team added that there are more than 600 other species of rare, endangered and endangered species worldwide, with a combined population of more than 1,000.

The researchers also listed five new species that are in decline worldwide, including two species that have been identified as endangered in the United States.

“This is one of the rarest species in the tropics,” said Naidao.