The proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) or long-nosed monkey is an arboreal Old World monkey with an unusually large nose, a reddish-brown skin color and a long tail. It is endemic to the southeast Asian island of Borneo and is found mostly in mangrove forests and on the coastal areas of the island.
It is referred to as the long-tailed macaque due to its tail, which is often longer than its body. It is also known as the crab-eating macaque, as it is often seen foraging beaches for crabs.
Silvered Leaf Monkey
The silvery lutung is a medium-sized monkey with a long, non-prehensile tail. It has grey-tipped, dark brown or black fur, giving it a uniform silvery appearance. Unlike some related species, there are no paler markings on the face or body, except for a patch of whitish hair on the groin of females.
Bornean Bearded Pig
It can be recognized by its prominent beard. It also sometimes has tassels on its tail.
Bornean Keeled Green Pit Viper
This species occurs in similar habitats to Wagler’s Pit Viper including lowland primary or mature secondary forest, as well as riverine and coastal forest.
As with other pit vipers, this is a venomous snake, with heat-sensing pits on the sides of the head.
It is exclusively arboreal, and may be found at heights ranging from low vegetation to mid-canopy levels of around 20 metres or so. Its diet comprises birds and arboreal rodents.