Smile, You’re on Camera Trap
Deep in the Borneo forest, a clouded leopard peers into a camera that takes a photo whenever it senses movement.
For 18 months, researchers from the Danau Girang Field Centre in Sabah, Malaysia, captured photos of amazing animals in the Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary. Here are some of the other forest denizens who passed by. [readon]
This long-tailed macaque says cheese . . . (All photos from the University of Cardiff.)
. . . while this one, apparently, wonders how to take her own photo.
A crested serpent eagle shows off her magnificent wings:
Orangutans are among our closest relatives:
A baby elephant. Her family is close by:
Small-clawed otters take a nap:
A crested fireback just passing by:
And proboscis monkeys go for a family portrait: