Expedition Leader Brad Josephs is wild about Borneo! Join him for a deep dive into the tropical treasures of the world’s third-largest island. Boasting some of the planet’s greatest biodiversity, Earth’s oldest and tallest rain forests and endlessly fascinating fauna, Borneo brims with natural wonders. While the critically endangered orangutan is Borneo’s most famous inhabitant, Brad reveals intriguing details of a host of others, including Malaysian sun bears (the world’s rarest bear), proboscis monkeys sporting funny pink noses, flying lemurs (which really aren’t lemurs at all), mouse deer (which are neither a mouse nor a deer), pygmy elephants, rhinoceros hornbills with massive orange beaks, and the round-eyed slow loris, one of the world’s tiniest primates.
Originally presented April 8, 2020
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