By: Khoon Meng Wong (Editor), Anthea Phillipps (Editor)
560 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w line drawings, b/w maps
Kinabalu: Summit of Borneo records the wonder of a mountain that has captivated generations of naturalists and scientists the world over. At 4101 m the highest mountain between the Himalayas and the peaks of New Guinea, Kinabalu has been described as "the most wonderful mountain in the world".
Here in this Sabah Society monograph, which updates and adds considerably to the original account of 1978, the environment, geology, plant and animal life, folklore, cultural significance, and conservation are given special treatment by an extensive suite of specialists. The monograph is augmented by a wealth of photographs, which bring this amazing mountain to life.
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