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I'm back to jungle again....and alone. This time I met a beautiful bird called Malkoha & also an almost dead flying gecko. It was just a normal survey trip to find the route to a small mountain near my home.

A small waterfall:



Green jungle.



Waterfall.



Tranquility.

 

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Suspension bridge





I was so lucky to meet this beautiful bird called "Rufous-bellied Malkoha" (Phaenicophaeus sumatranus) in the Kerangas forest. It is sun-bathing on a sandy trail:



Rufous-bellied Malkoha



A flying gecko (Ptychozoon horsfieldii). Note: flying gecko can not fly but it can glide from one tree to another nearby tree.

 

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The flying gecko is almost dead, probably attacked by the skink (below it):



The legs. Flying gacko got wide flap of skin along the flanks, limbs & neck.



A ground skink (Mabuya multifasciata)



spider:



A leafhopper.

 

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Any of those pics could be a post-card, or even used in a National Geographic. Great shots!

-Dave
 

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Astounding images. Just astounding. That bridge is fantastic. I had to show my husband those pictures because he appreciates that sort of thing. I envy you.
 

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Hey JungleMike,

Unbelievable pictures. You're a natural. Like Dave said, you should think about sending them to National Geographic.

regards,
Ravi
 
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