Crickey! Look at the size of this snail!
Located about 217 miles away from the equator, Kuala Lumpur (KL) is home to a wide variety of tropical animals that have adapted to the encroaching terrain of city life. Becoming accustomed to the plethora of wildlife here was an interesting experience. While living in KL for over a month and a half, I became fascinated with the animals that would randomly appear while I was walking home or doing odd chores around the house where I was staying.
Well, hello there.
What are you?!
Here's to a relaxing afternoon in the jungle!
Additionally, our AU class abroad found that while jungles and waterfalls are lovely, a sure way to ruin your trip to the jungle is to forget about the monkey tribes watching your every move...
Noo, not the monkeys!
In a split-second, Fahmiya’s camera bag was stolen by a sneaky monkey and was being spirited away. As Graham and I reacted and gave chase, the monkey reached into the bag, pulling out a packet of gum, dropped the bag and made off with the gum. As we rescued the bag, the monkey proceeded to sit a short distance away, unwrap a piece of gum, and throw the wrapper in our direction.
Just chilling with my new best friends.
2nd Year, CRS