Sunday, April 25, 2010

Borneo's Wildlife Recently Revealed

Babourula kalimantanensis, a lungless frog is one of the 123 species of species recently discovered in Borneo. The island's rich wildlife is highlighted in a recent report from conservation group WWF.

For more images of these newly discovered species, including the half metre long stick insect, Phobaeticus chani, please click this link.

The full WWF report can be accessed by following this link.

The longest insect in the world photographed at one of our own national park in Sarawak, May 2009. The greenish stick insect is a male, the female is the brownish insect resembling a stick. It's HUGE!

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