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Endangered species found naturally on the island of Mindoro, Philippines. They have a compact, heavyset, and bovine body; four legs that end in cloven hooves; and a small horned head at the end of a short neck. Tamaraw are known to be aggressive and fierce when necessary.
Endangered species endemic to the south of Palawan, on Balabac Island. Mouse Deer is about 40 centimeters tall at shoulder level. When they sense danger, they stomp their hind legs to warn their own kind. They can survive on their own and they are active during night time. While during the daytime, they just stay in the forest.
GUND BINTURONG/BEAR CAT
Bearcat is also known as “Binturong”, found naturally in Palawan, Philippines. They can grow to up to as much as 1.4 meters. Their ears are lined with white fur, and they have long and white whiskers reach as far as the length of my head. They make chuckling sounds when they are happy and make high-pitched screams when they are annoyed. They also love to climb trees and swing from branch to branch using their claws and tail in search of food.
GUND BUTANDING/WHALE SHARK
Endangered species endemic to the northeastern part of the Philippines archipelago. This is the world’s largest fish and can grow up to 20 meters long, Whale Shark “Butanding”can live for about 70 years. This species has been around for over 60 million years and they only eat tiny animals like plankton and krill.
GUND BABOY DAMO/WARTY PIG
Endangered species found naturally on two of the Visayan islands in central Philippines. Warty Pig “BaboyDamo”is one of the four species of wild pigs found only in the Philippines. They get their name from the warts on their skin that protects them from danger. Unlike domesticated pigs, which have to be fed, they can live on their own and forage for their own food.
GUND BU-OT/CLOUD RAT
Endangered species that found naturally in the forests of the Philippines.Cloud Rat lively at night, live high up in the trees and love to eat plants. This endangered species have a small ears, flowing whiskers, a trailing tail, and extended claws. They survive with gentleness and serenity.
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