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*******suprememastertv****/bbs/board.php?bo_table=aw - Just Nosing Around: The Proboscis Monkey of Borneo (Malay), Episode 713, Air Date: 27 - August - 2008
DVD Available at: *******www.longtailnet****/2284
Pukuri is a male proboscis monkey in his prime. He’s leader of the troop, has lots of wives and some very cute blue-faced babies. But life in the jungle is far from quiet – there are bachelors out to steal his wives, death-defying river crossings and even the digestion of poisonous food. Well known for its large nose and big pot belly, the endangered proboscis monkey is seldom seen in captivity, so this is a rare chance to watch them up close.
The morning sun shines on the island in the clouds of Borneo. Within the rainforest lives an unusual creature. You, a proboscis monkey, sleeping in your hut above the trees. Whacky and free spirited, you decide to go on an adventure that could change your life forever.
Your mission, and this is not an option, is to battle your way through Asia, conquering territories of other tribal monkeys and share your fame with the world. So pack your bags and let the adventure begin!
The cuttlefish here demonstrates how they hunt in the wild, using their long proboscis to catch small fishes & crustaceans. Mesmerizing to watch!
when animal love you ; ) lol
very funny elephant eating poo
unique in borneo Sabah Malaysia
Watch the amazing proboscis monkeys in the Kinabatangan River in Borneo! Just look at their noses!
DVD Available at: *******www.longtailnet****/2273
See mammals from suburban Florida to the far reaches of Patagonia. Manatees, elephant seals, barbirusa and the proboscis monkey are all featured in their hidden habitats. All in this highly acclaimed wildlife series.
Order of insects with complete metamorphosis, the most characteristic representatives of which - the presence of dense cover chitinous scales on the front and rear wings. For most species is characterized by a specialized sucking oral apparatus with proboscis formed by elongated blades of the lower jaw. The shape and wingspan are very diverse: from 2 mm to 28 cm