Borneo is not only the third largest island in the world but it is also one of the most unique places on Earth. It's nearly 750,000 square kilometres are home to an incredible variety of habitats from dense tropical jungles to the complex coral reef systems found along the coasts.
The island is known as one of the world's biodiversity hotspots as it is home to some of the rarest and unique animals on Earth, many of which are found only in Borneo. Iconic species such as Orang-Utans, Pygmy Elephants and Proboscis Monkeys coexist in the rich jungles but there is also an incredible abundance of bird life.
More than 400 species are bird are natively found in Borneo including eight different species of Hornbill. These colourful and elegant birds are very distinctive both in appearance and behaviour as the females are actually sealed in a hollow tree while they are nesting and are fed by their male partners.