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Wildlife Sarari in Sulawesi!


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Thought you might enjoy seeing our reports from a spot rarely visited for wildlife, but is definitely worth a visit! Some of the most charasmatic species of mammals grace the forests of Sulawesi. I've also included another report for West Java, where spent a few weeks before Sulawesi. Enjoy!

 

http://cokesmithphototravel.com/spectacular-sulawesi.html

 

http://cokesmithphototravel.com/expedition-to-java-barat.html

 

 

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Fabulous photos - love the baby babirusas and the hornbills - you have such interesting travels!

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What a good trip that was. You saw a rhino... amazing, even if it was so fleeting it needed to be confirmed. Indonesia seems even worse than Thailand as far as limiting the impact of tourism and forest encroachment goes, but there are some truly fantastic creatures there. Good shooting - it really isn't easy I know.

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