Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam
A bee-eater waits for a meal to fly past in Cat A Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Merops leschenaulti, waits for a meal to fly past in Cat Tien National Park, VietnamTien National Park, Vietnam

A Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Merops leschenaulti, waits for a meal to fly past in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A caterpillar easily navigates a plants defenses., Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A caterpillar easily navigates a plants defenses., Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A red dragonfly, Neurothemis fulvia (?), rests on a wire in Cat Tien National Park

A red dragonfly, Neurothemis fulvia (?), rests on a wire in Cat Tien National Park

A Common Sailor butterfly, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A Common Sailor butterfly, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Crocodile Lake, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Crocodile Lake, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Locals fish on Crocodile Lake, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Locals fish on Crocodile Lake, Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A critically endangered Siamese crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, waits for a meal to swim by. Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A critically endangered Siamese crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, waits for a meal to swim by. Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A Siamese crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, proves to quick for this fish

A Siamese crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, proves to quick for this fish

A little egret, Egretta garzetta, flies overhead at Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

A little egret, Egretta garzetta, flies overhead at Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

One of the few sites in Asia where Siamese crocodiles, Crocodylus siamensis, can be found. It was locally extinct but is now holding on thanks to a successful release programme.

One of the few sites in Asia where Siamese crocodiles, Crocodylus siamensis, can be found. It was locally extinct but is now holding on thanks to a successful release programme.

Once successfully caught, the Siamese Crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, disappeared under water to finish it's meal.

Once successfully caught, the Siamese Crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis, disappeared under water to finish it’s meal.

A tiny jumping spider, about 4 mm long, raises it's legs in defence as my macro lens looms overhead.

A tiny jumping spider, about 4 mm long, raises it’s legs in defence as my macro lens looms overhead.

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