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    The Borneo rainforest provides natural habitats for many species of birds and animals, most notably the endangered Borneo Orangutan. The duke and duchess were fortunate enough to spot one during their short visit.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    Taken as Prince William and Kate Middleton were travelling by car through the rain forest in Danum Valley, Sabah, Malaysia.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    This photo was taken during a private walk through part of the jungle, close to the Danum Valley research station.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    This photo was taken during a private walk through part of the jungle, close to the Danum Valley research station.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    HRH flew over this palm oil plantation on their way to the Royal Society research station in Sabah, Malaysia.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    Mount Kinabalu is the highest point in Borneo. Taken by the duchess on the flight to Solomon Islands
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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    The Borneo rainforest is one of the oldest rainforests in the world.
    HRH Duchess of Cambridge, 2012
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