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Proboscis Monkeys in Borneo


Proboscis monkeys in Borneo may not be as cute or well known as orangutans, but their strange looks and funny antics will make you believer!

Proboscis monkeys are even more endangered than orangutans; only 7,000 are known to still exist in the wild. Around 4,000 of the remaining proboscis monkeys live in nearby Indonesian Kalimantan, while the remainder call either Sabah or Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo home.

Once you see their flat noses, big bellies, and crazed behavior you will undoubtedly want to learn more about Borneo’s proboscis monkeys.

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