Ficus lawesii growing on the banks of the Kinabatangan river near Kampung Sukau, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
These are the first good photos of Ficus lawesii fig fruits ever taken in Borneo. According to Helson Hassan the ripe figs attracted Helmeted and Pied Hornbills as well as gibbons and an orangutan with a baby. Normally figs that ripen green are eaten by fruit bats and other mammals and only rarely by birds.
All photos by Helson Hassan of Hornbill conservation NGO, GAIA