Photo update 6: Kinship in Kenyir

Here’s a photo update devoted to kinship in the Kenyir Wildlife Corridor. There’s no better way to start off our tribute than our first photocapture of dhole (Asiatic wild dog) in our project site. These amazing creatures remind us that we should all take some time off to bring that special someone for a walk in the woods…

Asian tapir (Tapirus indicus) mother and calf regularly grazing at one of the viaducts © Rimba
A pair of barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) also frequenting one of the viaducts © Rimba
A rare photo of a pair of crestless fireback pheasants (Lophura erythropthalma) © Rimba
Our largest herd of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) so far – 13 individuals! © Rimba
A pair of Malayan porcupines (Hysterix brachyura) © Rimba
Sun bear (Helarctos malaynus) mother and frolicking cub © Rimba
Asiatic golden cat (Pardofelis temminckii) mother and cub too shy to pose © Rimba
A pair of vain pig-tailed macaque juveniles (Macaca nemestrina) © Rimba
Three pairs of swimming trunks in Lake Kenyir © Rimba
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6 thoughts on “Photo update 6: Kinship in Kenyir

  1. wat else i can said,its just awesome.wish my luck turned good to joint for short while with the team that i can said fresh in my mind forever of my life.good job buddy.

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