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Melbourne's Orang-utan Sanctuary..

opposite the entire exhibit is the lake and its two islands. as you can see from this photo, they are heavily overgrown with rainforest vegetation. maybe an "o-line" for the siamangs? could white-cheeked gibbons or langurs reside here in the future? i hope so...

Melbourne's Orang-utan Sanctuary..
patrick, 8 Nov 2006
    • patrick
      opposite the entire exhibit is the lake and its two islands. as you can see from this photo, they are heavily overgrown with rainforest vegetation. maybe an "o-line" for the siamangs? could white-cheeked gibbons or langurs reside here in the future? i hope so...
    • NZ Jeremy
      I' gutted I missed this exhibit in March '06...
    • PAT
      That island isn't the same now. More barren, less plants, more rocks and more bird crap.
    • patrick
      your thinking of the island in front of it (not shown). not the one in this photo. sadly, i heard the lake is to be filled in for another sumatran tiger exhibit..
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