The mammals of the Asian mangroves...

Order Primates

Macaca fascicularis, 'Long-tailed/Crab-eating Macaque', (Rinca, Indonesia).

Macaca mulatta, 'Rhesus Macaque' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh). Has the widest distribution of any primate after humans; across northern half of India, and across northern part of the south-east Asian mainland and across into southern China.

Nasalis larvatus, 'Proboscis Monkey' male (Labuk Bay, Malayasia). Endemic to Borneo.

Nasalis larvatus, 'Proboscis Monkey' female and young (Labuk Bay, Malayasia).

Order Cetartiodactyla (Artiodactyla and Cetacea)

Family Cervidae: Deer

Axis axis, 'Chital', 'Spotted Deer' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh). Found mostly in India.

Order Carnivora

Family Felidae

Panthera tigrisTiger track (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Family Mustelidae: Weasels, Ferrets, Otters

Amblonyx cinereus'Asian/Oriental Small-clawed Otter' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Lutrogale perspicillata'Smooth-coated Otter' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

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Thinking of travelling again after everything settles down? The first expedition I am booked to work on after the virus is New Guinea & Indonesia in 2021 with Silversea.