The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center 

Often just called the "crocodile farm," the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is much more. It was established in 1987 with the help of the Japan International Cooperative Agency with the major objectives to conserve the two endangered species of crocodiles, C. porosus and C. mindorensis, and to introduce and develop suitable farming technology to uplift the socio-economic well being of the Philippines. Also research studies and preservation activities involved other endangered species.

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The entrance to the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center ("the crocodile farm")
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The entrance to the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center ("the crocodile farm")

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Waiting for our guided tour
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Waiting for our guided tour

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Elma getting used to the crocodiles
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Elma getting used to the crocodiles

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The largest crocodile ever captured
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The largest crocodile ever captured

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A memorial plague
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A memorial plague

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A whale exhibit
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A whale exhibit

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The whale bones
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The whale bones

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Going to see the baby crocodiles
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Going to see the baby crocodiles

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Oh babies, how cute!
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Oh babies, how cute!

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They do get bigger
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They do get bigger

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Lots of crocodiles
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Lots of crocodiles

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They get very big
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They get very big

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Some crocodile information
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Some crocodile information

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An exhibit description
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An exhibit description

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Barry on the cat walk above the crocodiles
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Barry on the cat walk above the crocodiles

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