Ficus pisocarpa, fallen fruit and leaves collected from underneath the  large strangler  that grows right next to the path through the forest that leads from the Tomanggong Road to the Mud Volcano tower at Tabin Wildlife Reserve in Sabah.

Elephants frequently visit the mud volcano to eat the salty earth and may be watching you from a short distance  away silently as you walk through the forest. If you see an elephant quietly back off and leave it in peace. Tourists who follow and disturb the elephants have been attacked and killed as happened to an unfortunate Australian girl at this spot.