The Kinabatangan River is a powerhouse of nature flowing from the heart of Borneo. In shallow pools Fighting Fish battle for territory, Clouded Leopards stalk primates and Flying Snakes perform death-defying leaps.
In Borneo's steaming jungles evolutionary forces churn out the beautiful and bizarre. From the unusual nesting practices of Hornbills, to the jungle skills of Orangutans, life rises to meet nature's challenges.
Tue, 31 Jan 7.30pm
On Borneo’s coast lies the Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands, one of the largest coastal ecosystems in South East Asia. Here Proboscis monkeys squabble for control over harems and pint sized predators hatch from crocodile nests.
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