Tabin Images

Primates

Orangutans (upper & middle left) Surveys indicate that more than 1,000 orangutan may live at Tabin. Their nests are a common sight, they are often heard in the trees and the keen observer can see them foraging in the canopy.

Macaques (lower right quadrant) - Both long-tailed (right) and pig-tailed (left) macaques are common in Tabin and the visitor often has an opportunity to watch groups of them. Macaques are often seen along rivers during the day.

Gibbons (lower left quadrant) slow lorises (upper right) and tarsiers (middle) are seen and heard in Tabin and so is a variety of small monkeys and langurs.