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Stories from Indonesia
Tales from Indonesia – always dangerously beautiful.
The Bornean Orangutan and the Clouded Leopard: Threatened Twins on Borneo
Two Bornean icons destined for the history of ecology.
LOOK DEEP INTO THE EYES OF AN ORANGUTAN, and you might find a very old soul gazing back at you.
Endangered orangutan skulls carved by Dayak tribes in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.
SOME SAY A LEOPARD CAN'T CHANGE ITS SPOTS – but the Clouded Leopard did. Its uniquely long sabre teeth and gaping jaws just gave the game away...
The skull and saber teeth of a vulnerable Sunda Clouded Leopard in a tribal Dayak longhouse in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.
The pronounced sagittal crest, typical of a large feline predator, on the skull of a Clouded Leopard from Dayak Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.
Anyone for Honey? The Sun Bear of Borneo ➨
ALSO KNOWN AS 'THE HONEY BEAR' FOR ITS LOVE OF HONEY, the vulnerable Malayan Sun Bear is the smallest of the bear species.
Indonesia's Sun Bear is also one of the rarest bears on the planet.
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