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The Best of My Borneo Wildlife Photography: Pygmy Elephants, Orangutans, and Proboscis Monkeys

Last month I went to Borneo to photograph the island’s most exotic endangered species: pygmy elephants, orangutans, and proboscis monkeys.  All are found only on the island of Borneo (except the orangoutang, which is also found on the island of Sumatra) and all are classified as endangered. Heavy rain prevented me from shooting on all but three days of my trip, but I made the most of the time that I had. Here some of my favorite pictures from the trip.

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Pygmy Elephants
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Proboscis Monkeys
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Orangutans
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One Response to The Best of My Borneo Wildlife Photography: Pygmy Elephants, Orangutans, and Proboscis Monkeys

  1. Rachel March 19, 2011 at 10:59 am #

    Just amazing photos Matt. They really do look like what you`d see in National Geographic. You`ve come a long way with the photography!!!! Good job. I`d love to be able to print some of these in black and white and frame them.

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