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Notebooking Safari - Brunei and Proboscis Monkey. Are you ready to see one of the most unique animals in the entire world? They are called proboscis monkeys. Come with me into the jungle and I’ll see if I can spot them for you. You should probably bring a pair of binoculars with you; these animals like to climb high up into the trees.

Notebooking Safari - Malaysia and the Orangutan. our next animal is an arboreal primate, which just means that it is a primate that spends most of its time in trees. I want you to see an orangutan. Make sure you bring your binoculars like you did last week, but the orangutans are much bigger than the proboscis monkeys. Male orangutans can grow to be over four feet tall and weigh more than 280 pounds!

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Sitting on the beach we watch twilight descend on Mount Santubong from across the peninsula. Proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) forage for leaves in the branches behind us. Looking up, we see a large male looking down his nose at us from a branch, regarding us with a somber, clown like air. These unusual, almost comical looking monkeys are some of the most recognizable in the world with their long noses and pot bellies. Proboscis monkeys eat a variety of leaves and fruits and live in ...

read an article about these animals...the whole family will do belly flops into the water at the same time to escape danger!

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