Jungle Jaws Taman Negara National Park Zeb Hogan and fishermen on a longboat in Taman Negara National Park. At 4,343 sq km, the park is the largest tract of protected lowland rainforest in Southeast Asia, estimated to be 130 million years old. Seeking the Monster Fish Zeb Hogan and fishermen on a longboat in Taman Negara. Delicious Rotten Meat Zeb Hogan and fishing guide Roslan setting up bait by the river. Wallago Catfish are reputedly attracted to the smell of rotten meat. Happy Birthday Zeb Zeb Hogan, IFA film crew and fishing guide Roslan celebrating Zeb's birthday by the river in Taman Negara National Park Wallago Catfish Close up shot of Wallago Catfish in Taman Negara National Park. Wallago Catfish reputedly grow up to 2 meters in length and can weigh up to 80kg. Zeb's Catch Zeb Hogan holding Wallago Catfish caught in Taman Negara National Park Saw-Like Teeth Zeb Hogan holding Wallago Catfish caught in Taman Negara National Park. The Wallago Catfish is a pure carnivore, equipped with formidable jaws and a double band of saw-like teeth designed to attack. Home of the Rare Jetty at dawn. Taman Negara National Park has been developed into a famous ecotourism destination in Malaysia, home to rare mammals such as the Malayan Tiger, the Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Asian elephant. Zoo Negara Underwater shot of fish in aquarium. Zoo Negara is Malaysia's zoo. They have a total of over 5446 specimen from 476 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Village Headhunter Pak Ubit, an Iban Dayak living in Melembah Village.The tattoo on his neck marks him as a headhunter. He is the last remaining headhunter in the village. Kicking It Dayak-Style Pak Ubit and Zeb Hogan at the longhouse in Melembah Village. Th community here is predominantly made up of Dayaks, who are the original inhabitants of Borneo and Kalimantan. The name 'dayak' means 'interior' or 'inland' person. Unusual Wallago Catfish Zeb Hogan holding a Wallago Catfish. It has a characteristically elongated body and disproportionately wide gaping jaw. Amphibious Fish Zeb Hogan holding a Snakehead. Snakeheads can crawl on land and breathe air in swampy areas. Adult snakeheads feed on other fish such as carp, frogs and even mammals such as rats. West Kalimantan Boat in small stream in West Kalimantan. West Kalimantan covers an area of over 146,607 sq km, rich in a variety of minerals and precious stones, and remains largely unexplored. Local Native Zeb Hogan holding a Snakehead. The largest of the snakehead species is capable of growing to over 1 meter in length. It is widely distributed in the fresh waters of South East Asia. Severed Wallago Zeb Hogan holding a Wallago Catfish severed in half by an unknown predator. Building a Traditional Fish Trap Zeb Hogan learning how to make a traditional fish trap, called 'bubu' from Pak Ubit at the Melembah Village longhouse. Bubu is made of rattan. Learning From the Locals Fisherman demonstrating traditional fishing trap. Zeb's Fish Shack Zeb Hogan standing by makeshift 'fish shop' in Melembah Village. A Long Days Work Fishermen resting on a bench. Local Youngster Child from Melembah Village. Fresh Catch Fisherman transporting his catch on a longboat along the river. Zeb Holding Bubu Zeb Hogan holding on to a giant traditional fish trap called 'Bubu'. 1 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest Danny Kalong 5pts Nice picture. May I know the camera model and lens used to capture this image? And also the exact location of this village? The programme told that it took 3 days to reach the village.