Wild About Borneo


A photographic Essay


Wild About Borneo

by Donna Racheal

Sun bears and clouded leopards roam Borneo’s rainforests, while the proboscis monkey climb the trees. Only a thousand pygmy elephants survive in one lonely corner of the island, while elusive rhinoceroses barely hang on to existence. But it’s an even more charismatic animal—the orangutan—that has become the symbol of Borneo.

Lovingly produced by award-winning Photographer/Author in full colour, this photographic essay portrays a collection of Borneos’ fascinating animals. Available as hard-cover. Made to Order.

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