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Tabin: Sabah's Greatest Wildlife Sanctuary

Art / Photobook

By: Wendy Hutton (Author), Cede Prudente (Author)

113 pages, colour photos, colour maps

Natural History Publications Borneo

Paperback | Dec 2008 | #178230 | ISBN-13: 9789834427009
Availability: In stock
NHBS Price: £18.99 $24/€23 approx

About this book

The largest protected wildlife area in Sabah, Tabin Wildlife Reserve is home to an exceptional array of Borneo's rare and endangered species. The Sumatran or Pygmy Rhinoceros, the Bornean Pygmy elephant, Sabah's iconic Orangutan, the pot-bellied Proboscis Monkey and countless other mammals are protected here. Thanks to it mineral-rich mud volcanoes, Tabin not only sustains a wide range of mammals but has a fascinating population of birds, while the rainforest teems with insects, frogs and other life. With its beautiful rivers and streams, magnificent plant life and the comfort of the easily accessible Tabin Wildlife Resort, Tabin promises countless opportunities for a richly rewarding wildlife experience.


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