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Dumbos in Borneo

Regarded as a sub-species of the Asian elephants, the Borneo elephants are distinguished by their smaller sizes, larger ears and longer tails with babyish faces. But, somehow, they all look the same to me. Pardon me for the ignorance.

When I See An Elephant Fly

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Do The Funky Gibbon

A one woman man is this primate. That surely is sweet music to the ladies’ ears.

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A Mirror of Yourself

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Borneo Tembadau- The Wild Cattle of the Swamps

Tembadau and banteng are the interchangeable names for the same cattle species. And they can be found in the interiors & south east regions of Sabah.

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Banteng

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And The Elephants Went In Two By Two

These are supposedly Borneo elephants.

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Have you ever seen an elephant fly?

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Chestnut Scavenger On the Wing

Brahminy Kite- a fairly common sight around the harbours of Sabah.

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Kite

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The Sleek Nocturnal Operator

Sun Bear- listed as “Vulnerable” species under the ICUN red list.

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Where's My Honey, Mummy?

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The Dawn of  Man

Forest-men are roaming around Lok Kawi Wildlife Park waiting to welcome you to their humble abode.

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Planet of the Ape

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