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How to Photograph the Sepilok Area, Borneo, Malaysia


How to Photograph the Sepilok Area, Borneo, Malaysia

Don Mammoser

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How to Photograph the Sepilok Area, Borneo, Malaysia

Don Mammoser


Borneo is the World's third largest island and a place of incredible biological diversity. Just some of the life found here includes highly endangered orangutans, rare Proboscis and Leaf Monkeys, hundreds of bird species, as well as tens of thousands (or more) of unique insect and plant varieties. Nature and wildlife photographers who visit the Sepilok area will never run out of wonderful subjects for their cameras- so long as the forests survive. The rainforests around Sepilok are endangered, which of course imperils all the creatures found within. Interested photographers who visit and spend their tourist dollars while photographing the areas species, send the positive message to locals and government officials that what they have in Borneo is precious and worth saving. Ready your camera!



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