Saturday, October 11, 2014

Khao Sok National Park wildlife images: Tapir and Gibbons

Moo just got back from three days in Khao Sok. In addition to seeing hornbills, langurs, macaques, and a variety of birds, the guests were treated to a Malayan Tapir and a lot of White-handed Gibbons.  Gibbons are quite common in the park. The Tapir was an uncommon treat.

Khao Sok gibbon image

Baby White-handed Gibbon in Khao Sok National Park

Thailand Tapir image

4 comments:

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Sowpath das said...

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Alisa Stevenson said...

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Linda Fairy said...

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