Tabin Wildlife Night Walk,
Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Borneo, Borneo (Sabah)
Info : Tabin Wildlife Night Walk
The Tabin Wildlife Reserve was created in 1984 to the growing threat to its wildlife and plant species in northeastern Borneo. It covers over 1,225 km² and protects inhabitants from the rapidly expanding agricultural industries nearby.
Whilst the daytime offers good nature trekking conditions, many animals are nocturnal and go out in search of food under cover of darkness. A night trek allows you to see vaious species that would be difficult to spot at other times. This includes the clouded leopard, the largest cat in Borneo with a distinctive cloud-like fur pattern - as the name suggests. Did you know it can climb down trees head-first which is rather unusual for cats of this size? Learn more interesting information on your night trek.
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