A Giant Pitta with a juvenile was found in a Sabah tropical jungle.
GIANT PITTA (Pitta caerulea) is scarce and patchily distributed within its range, and is likely to have a moderately small global population, which is suspected to be declining moderately rapidly as a result of deforestation throughout much of its range. It is therefore considered Near Threatened.
A Borneo species GIANT PITTA (Adult male hosei) with a male juvenile was found in lowland dipterocarp forest, Sabah, Malaysia. It is rare and very elusive endemic subspecies in Borneo. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=408440315942342&set=pcb.408441125942261&type=1&theater