Lolong, the giant crocodile which was caught alive in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur, can now be viewed by the public in his nature park in Barangay Consuelo, weeks after his capture.
A giant crocodile captured in Agusan del Sur in the Philippines last Saturday, September 2, is believed to be the biggest captive crocodile to date.
The said Philippine adult male crocodile, measuring 21 ft or 6.4 meters long, was captured alive along a creek by crocodile farm staff and residents in Bunawan in Agusan del Sur. It we are to check the records, the Philippine crocodile is the biggest so far.
A giant crocodile that measures around 21 foot or 6.4 meters was captured along a creek by crocodile farm staff and residents in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province in the Philippines on Saturday, September 2.
The New 7 Wonders of Nature website has released a demographic voting trends 68 days before the conclusion of the global poll.
Choose Philippines, the world’s first ever social network where you can share and post your discoveries around the Philippines, has launched its music video “Piliin Mo ang Pilipinas” in time for National Heroes Day.
Choose Philippines, an ABS-CBN travel website, has launched the music video “Piliin mo ang Pilipinas” to further promote the fascinating tourist destinations of the country. The song was performed by Star Power grand winner Angeline Quinto and Austria’s “Musical the Show” winner Vincent Bueno. The song was written by Robert Labayen.
New 7 Wonders of Nature recent poll update shows that the Puerto Princesa Underground River in Palawan is currently at the no. 3 position in the voting trends of New 7 Wonders of Nature global poll.