Monkey Business in Borneo's Rain Forests

Barrett, Rosanne
December 2009
Time International (Atlantic Edition);
The article discusses the presence of diverse wildlife in Malaysia's Bako National Park in Sarawak, Borneo. Included among the animals people may see upon visiting the park are the endangered proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques, silver-leaf monkeys and whip snakes. The author notes that Borneo's natural habitats are being destroyed as a result of palm-tree plantations.


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