Colugos are known to feed on a wide variety of the leaves and sap of  Bornean trees but they appear to be particularly fond of fig leaves of several different species including Ficus microcarpa and Ficus racemosa as illustrated in this article.

There are no records of colugos ever  being kept successfully in captivity except for a  female captured on Banggi Island Sabah. This individual thrived on a diet of fig leaves for six months  during which time she produced a baby.

Colugo photos by John McKean taken at Tabin Wildlife Reserve.