Borneo (Malaysian) Reptiles

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FALSE GHARIAL
False gharial (Tomistoma schlegelii), also known as the Malayan gharial and Sunda gharial or (due to its scientific name) the Tomistoma, is a freshwater crocodilian with a very thin and elongated snout. It is listed as "Vulnerable" by the IUCN, as the population is estimated at less than 2,500 mature individuals. Sekonyer river, Central Kalimantan - Borneo Indonesia.