The mysterious trail of the wild long nose is a must-see for Sabah.
The proboscis monkey is a unique and rare animal in Sabah. Think carefully. In fact, there are more monkeys than monkeys. I don't know if we are watching monkeys or monkeys watching our stupid humans.
Local residents live on a drainage house in the picture. The children in Sabah started to be watery from an early age. Swimming, diving and driving a boat are a piece of cake for them.
7pm, until the night falls, it is a good time to watch the fireflies.
Never thought that the first time in 30 years, fireflies were seen in exotic countries.
Min Hua Emily
Sabah, Malaysia, can be described as a land of people. There are many wild animals living in the tropical rain forest. The proboscis monkeys are Malaysia's national treasures. Only the Borneo area in the world can find this species. It is listed as an endangered animal in the world and is larger than China. Pandas are also precious. In 2016, the World Conservation Union announced that the threat level of giant pandas has been reduced from endangered to vulnerable.
In the suburb of Sandakan, the second largest city in Sabah, there is a Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Conservation Center, which is open to visitors and can be closely contacted with proboscis monkeys. The
staff members feed the proboscis monkeys for four periods of time each day, which is the best time for visitors to observe the proboscis monkeys at close range.
In this protection center, about 60 proboscis monkeys come to eat every day. The biggest feature of these monkeys is that they have a long nose. The locals think that the longer the nose of these monkeys, the more handsome they are. Some monkeys The nose even covered the mouth and affected the eating.
The proboscis monkey is the only species found to be ruminant but not ruminant. These monkeys look big and have a large, bag-shaped stomach in their stomachs.
Every day at a fixed time, these proboscis monkeys slowly came out of the woods and waited in front of the feeding station. The relationship with the staff is already familiar.