After our visit with the orangutans we headed to our next lodge, located by the Kinabatangan River. We stayed two nights and enjoyed three river cruises. The river is located in Sabah, on the island of Borneo. Kinabatangan is 560 kilometers long, making it the second longest river in Malaysia. What makes this place remarkable is the amount of wildlife you can find in and by the water. Here are some of the creatures we saw. Scroll over the photo for the names.
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