Borneo Jungle Diaries – The New SZtv Series – Scientists are the new Rock Stars! From Scubazoo
29 May 2017
BORNEO JUNGLE DIARIES –
SCIENTISTS ARE THE NEW ROCK STARS
New Online Series Showcases Borneo’s Incredible Wildlife and the Scientists Trying to Save Them
Deep in the heart of Borneo’s jungles lies a remote research centre: The Danau Girang Field Centre (DGFC). In this isolated and wild location, a dedicated team of young Malaysian and international research scientists have been combining eld-developed gadgets and traps with state-of-the-art tracking technology in their quest to unravel the mysteries of Borneo’s jungle. Their mission? To safeguard its most charismatic animals through monitoring, observing, and applied conservation.
Borneo Jungle Diaries investigates life behind-the-scenes at DGFC. Environmental photojournalist, Aaron ‘Bertie’ Gekoski, follows a different scientist and animal per episode as they: tag a Sunda pangolin for the rst time ever; catch baby crocodiles and huge pythons at night; gain intimate insights into the behaviour of nocturnal primates; track a herd of elephants, and much more.
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