A malayan water monitor roaming around the mangroves at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
This Malayan Sun Bear keeps digging and digging. Will he find what he's looking for?
The animals at the St. Louis Zoo get into the spirit of Earth Day by enjoying Earth Day related animal enrichment. The chimps and urangutans snatch treat filled "earth" pinatas and the Malayan Sun Bears enjoy drinking a sweet treat from their globes.
The mountain tapir or woolly tapir is the second-smallest of the five species of tapir, only the recently described Tapirus kabomani being smaller, and is the only one to live outside of tropical rainforests in the wild. It is most easily distinguished from other tapirs by its thick woolly coat and white lips. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Tapirus pinchaque
<p>Considered as one of the few remaining premium properties this side of Manila , Otis 888 Residences offers a promising new lifestyle for a privileged few. For the discerning few, the gated community welcomes residents to everyday convenience, comfort, privacy and security. Otis 888 Residences aims to address the growing needs of those expanding Fil-Chinese families who require bigger living space.</p>
<p>Manila is everything -- a timeless city that is the center of culture, business, education, entertainment and much more.</p>
<p>Situated in a 4-hectare prime property, Otis 888 Residences is an upscale property and Feng Shui guided townhouse development located along Otis Road, Manila.</p>
<p>Otis 888 Residences is just 2 kilometers or less than 10 minutes away from the Binondo and Makati area. Adding comfort is its wider roads, better environment and close proximity to nearby schools like St. Peters , St. Jude, Chiang Kai Shek, Uno, De La Salle-Taft, Malayan High School of Science, St. Stephen, UST, and San Beda.</p>
<p>Developed and master planned by Robinsons Land, Otis 888 Residences is also near to leading shopping malls like Robinsons Place Manila and medical establishments like Manila Doctors and Manila Medical Center .</p>
<p>Just a few minutes drive, residents can fully enjoy the panoramic beauty of the Manila Bay , its splendid food, lovely parks and great nightlife.</p>
<p>Various Unit Types</p>
<p>Otis 888 Residences will be around 200 townhouse units development which will primarily cater to the Filipino Chinese living in the Binondo Chinatown and nearby areas. It will consist of a mix of 3-BR and 4-BR townhouse models with 2-car garage, to suit the discerning tastes and need for wider space and greeneries of its target clientele.</p>
<p>Units range from P6.8 million and up with floor areas ranging of 138, 168 and 188 square meters (Robinsons Land is also open for bigger floor sizes. There are limited lots where build-to-suit homes can be built). All units will have interior pocket gardens and most corner units will have separate strip gardens to maximize breathing space.</p>
<p>A hectare of the property has been allocated for the development of a community strip mall which is planned to house a supermarket as well as a mix of retail, dining, and service outlets. The mall and the nearby hospitals, schools, and other commercial establishments will afford residents easy and safer access to basic needs.</p>
<p>For more info about East of Galleria Condominium and other Robinsons Land Corporation projects in the Philippines, please go to www.realtymanila****</p>
<p>Richard Uy Sta. Ines</p>
<p>Account Manager, Robinsons Land Corp. </p>
Meet an unlikely trio of friends inside JungleWorld, where a goofy pair of white-cheeked gibbons, Kicks and Iggy, invite Daniella the Malayan tapir to play. A game of tag leads to a little jungle spa treatment on the beach! *******bronxzoo****
This video is about Accountancy program at Malayan Colleges Laguna. Here you can see pictures and videos of the school's great facilities with regard to the said program.
Explore Kaeng Krachan National Park with *******teakdoor**** The Thailand Forum
Kaeng Krachan National Park was established in 1981, the 28 th National Park in Thailand. It is the largest national park in Thailand, with 2,914.70 sq.km. of forest in the watersheds of the Phetchaburi and Pranburi rivers. It includes portions of Nong Ya Plong, and Kaeng Krachan districts in Phetchaburi Province and of Hua Hin district in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province.
The animals of Kaeng Krachan represent both Asiatic and Malaysian species. Over 400 species of birds are known to occur within the Park’s boundaries, and 57 mammals. Larger mammals include elephant, gaur, sambar deer, banteng, serow, and bear, indo-chinese tiger, leopard, both common and Fea’s muntjac. Malayan tapir, white-handed gibbon, dusky and banded langurs, Asian wild dog, otter, and wild boar. Among the birds recorded in the park are six species of hornbills, red junglefowl, both Kalij pheasant and grey peacock-pheasant, woolly-necked stork, black eagle, and many species of songbirds, woodpeckers and other forest birds.
Pictures of the most dangerous snakes
The names of the following snakes are:
-Saw scaled viper
-Red spitting cobra
-Australian brown snake
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