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  • Steve Gorgonzola

    Bekantan Probiscus Monkey

  • Marlene A

    Photo by Irawan Subingar

  • Marshua Hightower Dyer

    the smiling bekantan ~ OMYGOODNESS...LOOK AT THIS GUY!

  • Bette

    The proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) or long-nosed monkey, known as the bekantan in Malay, is a reddish-brown arboreal Old World monkey that is endemic to the south-east Asian island of Borneo. Although it is protected in 16 areas in Indonesia and Malaysia, the ICUN lists the species as endangered. by Irawan Subingar

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