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These can be seen pretty easily in Sepilok (Sabah, Borneo). There is a platform walkway where they can be watched from the tree tops. Usually, they'll be jumping and "flying" from tree to tree around dusk.
I was in Sepilok many years ago, I didn't know these could be spotted easily there. Next time! Thanks Chris.
Not much of one, but I'll post what I do know above
Wow! Awesome spotting Chris! Do you have a story behind seeing this?
Lat: 5.85, Long: 118.06
Spotted on Jul 25, 2011 Submitted on Aug 25, 2011