SE Asia mammals

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SE Asia mammals

Postby Michal Szkudlarek » Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:06 am

We drove to Semenggoh wildlife reserve which is known to host population of orangutans and we were lucky enough to see them in wild. Park rangers left food for them so orangutans came to take food and tourists (including me) could take photos of them.
ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

ImagePongo pygmaeus pygmaeus

bats from Kubah NP
ImageCynopterus cf. brachyotis

cat from Kubah NP
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This eyeless macaque seemed to rely on tourists to acquire food, maybe it has problem with climbing trees because of lack of binocular vision so it was sort of forced to get used to being around tourists unlike other macaques who were more skittish.
ImageMacaca fascicularis

ImageMacaca fascicularis

They avoided looking in eyes, probably because looking in eyes is a sign of domination.
ImageMacaca fascicularis

ImageMacaca fascicularis

Grooming is important both for hygene and for social issues.
ImageMacaca fascicularis

These famous monkeys turned out to be eating and sleeping near headquarters of Bako NP.
ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

ImageNasalis larvatus

Bearded pigs- they did not fear humans.
ImageSus barbatus

Silvered leaf monkey from Bako NP but I saw them also in Damai.
ImageTrachypithecus cristatus

ImageTrachypithecus cristatus

Macaques from Bako NP.
ImageMacaca fascicularis

ImageMacaca fascicularis

Tricolored cat from Damai. Most of them had such short tails, allegedly becaues they have genes of "Japanese Bobtail" breed.
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Bat exodus in Mulu NP.
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