Brought to us through our associates at Nature Picture Library, Tim Laman is a PhD rainforest biologist with a thirst for exploration. He has turned his camera into a tool for communicating the stories of earth's little-known and endangered species in the wild, always with a strong conservation message. He works closely with National Geographic Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology and is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. He has provided photos for 21 articles in National Geographic magazine, several of which he has authored himself; subjects covered include Orangutans, Hornbills, Proboscis monkeys, gliding animals of Borneo, Mangroves and Birds of Paradise - many of which have never been photographed before.
In this gallery we share some of his Indonesia rainforest images.