Definitions

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  • adj. From, or pertaining to, Borneo
  • proper n. Someone from Borneo

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Examples

  • They released the first photographs of the Sambas stream toad, also known as the Bornean rainbow toad.

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  • In recent years, the Washington-based Conservation International placed the Sambas stream toad, also known as the Bornean rainbow toad, on a world "Top 10 Most Wanted Lost Frogs" and voiced fears it might be extinct.

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  • In recent years, the Washington-based Conservation International placed the Sambas Stream Toad, also known as the Bornean Rainbow Toad, on a list of the world's "Top 10 Most Wanted Lost Frogs" and voiced fears that it might be extinct.

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  • Neofelis diardi, though it was previously and erroneously called the Bornean clouded leopard.

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  • The film, the first showing a Sunda clouded leopard (also known as the Bornean clouded leopard), was captured in the Dermakot Forest Reserve in the Malaysian part of Borneo.

    Mongabay.com News

  • Neofelis diardi), though it was previously and erroneously called the Bornean clouded leopard.

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  • Biology When Cultures Go Ape Photo Researchers, Inc. Bornean orangutan Orangutan populations possess their own cultures—passing along idiosyncratic forms of behavior through the generations—according to a study that draws on observations of 11 populations, in Borneo and Sumatra, over 40 years.

    Week in Ideas: Christopher Shea

  • : 59: 03: RT @gathoni86: Bornean sun bear conservation.

    From Twitter 07-17-2009

  • We do not know why this occurred but the more gracile Sumatran form, and the robust Bornean, separated.

    On the trail of the orang pendek, Sumatra's mystery ape | Richard Freeman

  • Loss of habitat is the main reason behind the steep decline in both the Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) and its critically endangered Sumatran counterpart (Pongo abelii).

    Fresh wave of killings by hunters takes Indonesian orangutan to the brink of extinction

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