thank you lord, for the food.

June 21, 2013 § Leave a comment

thank you lord, for the food.

Proboscis monkey at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Kinarut.

There is no need to forage for food and evade predators in the wildlife park. On the other hand, it may be thinking.. “Oh no, not peas again for lunch. How about some fruits?” Well, they do get their servings of fruits and seeds, too. This wonderful creature of Borneo is a must-see if you visit Sabah. Photographed at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Kinarut.

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you bring me sunflower seeds, david?

June 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

you bring me sunflower seeds, david?

A young proboscis monkey at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park.

They are excellent swimmers and this one just came out from the pond behind it.¬†Although they are arboreal, they do come down to the forest grounds to feed. Among all the monkeys and apes, they spend the most time walking on their hind legs… a survival adaptation that allows them to cross shallow streams and wade along mangrove swamps to escape from predators. {Lok Kawi Wildlife Park}

proboscis monkey {nasalis larvatus}

May 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

Proboscis monkey

Proboscis monkey {nasalis larvatus} at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park.

Proboscis monkey at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park. They are endemic to Borneo.

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