One of the first animals we saw in Borneo was the short-tailed macaque. A troop of them live at the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, and just as this one is doing like to horn in on the feedings!
You can’t be disappointed with the abundance of wildlife to see in Malaysian, Borneo!
This beautiful spider was one among many, many spiders we came across. They were everywhere. I tried not to think about them too much as I’m a tad bit arachnophobic. The ones we saw ranged in sizes from teensy weensy to gigantic!
There were also plenty of lizards…also with in a huge spectrum of sizes.
This kingfisher was such a splash of color.
This was the most patient pit viper…pretty isn’t she?
A small female orangutan.
A mud crab – intimidating, but delicious!
A mother and baby silver leaf monkey.
This hornbill was bringing food to his mate in the tree, sitting on a nest.
Author Bio: Corinne Vail is a travel photographer, food lover, and a perpetual traveler who has been travel writing for over 14 years. For many years she lived overseas in Germany, Japan, Turkey, South Korea, and the Netherlands teaching the children of the US. military. She’s visited over 90 countries, and she’s not stopping anytime soon.
Mt. Kinabalu National Park
Driving in Eastern Malaysia (Sabah)
Visiting Orang Utans at Sepilok
The Handicraft Villages of Kudat, Malaysia
The Stinky Rafflesia Flower
Durian, The Stinky Fruit You Must Try
Proboscis Monkeys at Labuk Bay
Yep! Another spider.
This was such a brilliant lizard!
We saw insects galore, not all as pretty as this one.
…and another baby…monkey. Can’t see too many of them.
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