|Impala Aepyceros melampus, Lake Mburo NP, Uganda|
|Sumatran Tiger Panthera tigris sumatrae, Adelaide Zoo |
(and how I wish I could tell you I'd photographed it in Sumatra!)
|Bornean Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus, with baby, Sepilok, Sabah.|
|Venezuelan Red Howler Monkeys Alouatta seniculus, Manu NP, Peruvian Amazonia.|
Despite the name, this is the common red howler of the western Amazon; three species are now recognised.
|Red Leaf Monkey Presbytis rubicunda, Gomantong Caves, Sabah.|
This beautiful monkey is restricted to Borneo and nearby islands.
|Northern Amazon Red Squirrel Sciurus igniventris, Yasuní NP, Ecuador.|
|Poison Dart Frog Ameerega bilinguis, Yasuní NP, Ecuador.|
(Do not ever try this; the hand belongs to an indigenous man who's been doing it all his life and
has developed an immunity to the frog's poisons.)
|Cinnamon Frog Nyctixalus pictus, Batang Ai NP, Sarawak.|
This is a climbing shrub frog of the family Rhacophoridae; and yes you've seen this picture
in a recent post, but it was integral to both that one and this...
|Basking Land Iguana Conolophus subcristatus, North Seymour, Galápagos.|
Like the frogs, this somnolent fellow almost certainly employs pterins to brighten himself up.