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By DJ Yap
The Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau of the environment department is pressing the National Museum to expedite the stuffing and preservation of “Lolong,” the world’s biggest saltwater crocodile in captivity that died in Agusan del Sur last February.
By Gregg Yan
“They look like dinosaurs!” I screamed, gaping at live crocodiles for the first time with my brother, Jaypee. This was Manila Zoo in the 1990s and to pint-sized kids, 14-foot crocodiles seemed giant, ancient and utterly invincible.
By Julie M. Aurelio
Tissue samples of Lolong, the saltwater crocodile which died early this week, have been sent to the University of the Philippines in Los Banos (UPLB) for analysis.
By Raymund Fernandez
This popped out in his iPad as if out of nowhere and somewhat myteriously. It was a quote from Albert Camus: “You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” And of course it got him [...]
By Chris Panganiban
Local officials here are bent on declaring “Lolong,” the world’s largest saltwater crocodile in captivity that died Sunday night, as its hero through an ordinance that the Sangguniang Bayan has agreed to pass.
Veterinarians conducted an autopsy Tuesday on the world’s largest saltwater crocodile ever caught, amid concerns it died of mistreatment in a small pen where it was on show for tourists.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
An animal rights group implicitly blamed the death of the crocodile Lolong on its captivity.
By Chris Panganiban
A remote southern Philippine town has gone into mourning over the death of the world’s largest saltwater crocodile in captivity, even though it was blamed for the deaths of several villagers.
By Karen Boncocan
Lolong, the world’s biggest crocodile, looked fine for the past few weeks until his handlers sensed Sunday there was a problem with the famed reptile, Bunawan town Mayor Edwin Cox Elorde said Monday.
The world’s largest saltwater crocodile in captivity has died, sending villagers to tears in the backwater southern Philippine town that had started to draw tourists, revenue and development because of the immense reptile.
By Frinston L. Lim
, Jeoffrey Maitem
Lolong, the world’s biggest reptile in captivity, is dead.
REP. Tomas Osmeña of Cebu City’s south district said he would allocate P1 million from his pork barrel to make sure that giant crocodile Lolong stays in his cage in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur and not be transferred to Metro Manila.
By Dennis Jay Santos
The plan of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to transfer “Lolong” the giant crocodile to the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City was met with opposition from the mayor of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.