After Dark

It's when the sun goes down that the nocturnal animals come out and are more visable. Here are a selection of images taken at night in Ulu Temburong National Park.

A type of Dwarf Litter Frog who's sound belies its tiny size.

It uses vocal sacs to make its impressive sound.

A common sight along the stream was the Black-Spotted Rock Frog.

A Peat Swamp Frog in the stream at Ulu Temburong.

It's not just frogs that are more visable at night, the spiders glitter from afar as their eyes catch your torch light.

A tarantula at the mouth of its burrow.

Bornean Angle-Headed Lizard asleep on a branch above the stream.

Closeup on the head of the Bornean Angle-Headed Lizard.

A Flying Lizard asleep on a branch where it can easily escape predators if needed.

A White Lipped Frog.

A type of Rock Frog.

A Slender Toad perched beside the stream.

Closeup showing the amazing eye of a slender toad.

File-Eared Tree Frog.

The unique Bornean Horned Frog.