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Hanging with Orangutans at the Orangutan Sanctuary Borneo

Gunung Api (Pinnacles), Borneo

Gunung Api (Pinnacles) - Mount Api is a limestone mountain located in Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Rafflesia flower, Rafflesia keithii, Mt Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo

Rafflesia flower, Rafflesia keithii, Mt Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo (World's largest flower)

@Hannah Mestel Penfold Choose Borneo!

SELFIE ( nothing orang / wrong with taking that ! ) This is the rarest of things, = a beautiful ginger

Orangutans in a wheelbarrow!

Orangutans attend 'jungle school' so they can be returned to safe forests

Orangutan - Borneo.  On the top of my travel list Borneo to meet the gorgeous Orangutans.

On the top of my travel list Borneo to meet the gorgeous Orangutans.

Borneo Malaysia

Borneo Malaysia, Man I just think orangutans are SO COOL, just so smart and behave like humans in so many ways. (a lot smarter then a lot of people I"ve met or had the wonderful job of having to deal with!

Smile, Eet's Time For Yer Bath!

Baby Orangutan bath time - this little guy almost looks like a sock monkey come to life :)

An orang-utan in Borneo. Photograph: Frans Lanting/Corbis

Rainforest seeds revive lost paradise

I would love to do biodiversity conservation in Bali or Borneo in Indonesia. My two favorites animals, tigers and orangutans, are native to here!

Ceremonial Headdress Rattan or Bamboo; Hornbill feathers; Monkey fur; beadwork Sarawak (Malaysia - Borneo) 20th century  This headdress is said to be a Dyak (Bidayuh) Chief's ceremonial headdress. It is also similar to the headdresses of the Iban and Orang Ulu warriors, and uses similar materials and designs. The Iban and Bidayuh are close neighbors, and together make up the main population of Sarawak.

Ceremonial Headdress Rattan or Bamboo; Hornbill feathers; Monkey fur; beadwork Sarawak (Malaysia - Borneo) 20th century This headdress is said to be a Dyak (Bidayuh) Chief's ceremonial headdress. It is also similar to the headdresses of the Iban and Orang Ulu warriors, and uses similar materials and designs. The Iban and Bidayuh are close neighbors, and together make up the main population of Sarawak.

File:Beadwork panel from a baby carrier, Borneo, Kalimantan, Apo-Kayan Dayak, 19th century, HAA.JPG

File:Beadwork panel from a baby carrier, Borneo, Kalimantan, Apo-Kayan Dayak, 19th century, HAA.JPG