…This picture led to claims that this was a record breaking python in length In fact it is no more than 7m, about average for a really old and well fed reticulated python. Look at these two pictures. They are contrasts in perspective. In the station scene, the length of the train in the [...]
Borneo Books is offering this magnificent book at a 40% discount until the 31st December or while stocks last.
23rd December Stock sold out, sorry!
Until 31st December.
10% discount for our exciting hot titles such as Danum Valley, Agnes Keith’s trilogy, Blood Brothers and many more.
There are also selected novels ranging from RM15.00 only. Home hand crafted necklaces, T-Shirts, soft toys are all at very attractive prices
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To pay for books ordered on this website you have to ‘Proceed to Checkout’ and then click on ‘Proceed to Confirmation’ below the “PayPal’ logo. You could be forgiven for thinking that this means that you have to have (or create) a PayPal account.
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Best wishes to all for 2012. This could be an interesting year both globally & locally here in Sabah, Malaysia
Borneo Books is steadily increasing its internet business…thanks to those of you who have used our service over the last 12 years.
We see scope for increasing the number of titles we sell online (a [...]
Prof. Nikolaus Koeniger, his wife Dr Gudrun Koeniger and Salim Tingek
Today was the ceremonial launching of the long awaited book on the Honey Bees of Borneo, describing the research work of Prof. Nikolaus Koeniger, his wife Dr Gudrun Koeniger and Salim Tingek. All five species of honey bee occurring in Borneo are featured [...]
A female Yellow Birdwing drying its wings after emerging from its pupa (chrysalis) in the Kipandi Butterfly Park in the mountains above Kota Kinabalu. This is one of 5 species of birdwing being bred in the Park for conservation and tourism purposes. This pic was taken two days ago.
Hypolimnas bolina likes open sunny spaces close to trees. It is a feature of large gardens in suburban Kota Kinabalu. The male is very territorial and glides down from a high perch to inspect intruders, including people. Other butterflies get chased away.