It is protecting and further researching endangered crocodile species. It is also a "hospital" for sick and disabled crocodiles, as well as a small zoo for collecting local animals.
The animal rescue center with rare crocodile breeds is more cost-effective to travel by local transportation.
The meaning here is actually not very big. OK
The crocodile farm in Puerto Princesa, when I visited on the spot, I realized that the content here is far more abundant than the so-called "crocodile farm" literally. It was formerly known as the Irawan Crocodile Breeding Institute. The center aims to protect and further research endangered crocodile species. The center is a "hospital" for sick and disabled crocodiles, as well as a small zoo for collecting local animals. Animal feeding time is every Monday and Thursday afternoon. The center is located in Barangay Irawan, Puerto Princesa, and it takes 30-40 minutes by car from the city to the center. Most of the museums are tourists who also participated in the city tour, with their own guides taking and explaining. For the background knowledge of the crocodile house, the introduction of specimens, etc., it is really impossible without a guide to explain it. Inside is a crocodile named LEO. The picture above is its skin specimen, and the picture below is its skeleton specimen. It was the largest crocodile caught in Palawan so far. It was discovered by the villagers after he bit off half of a fisherman's body. He died of depression not long after he caught it. No matter what kind of animal it is, it is more accustomed to a free life. In addition to specimens in the Crocodile Museum, there are naturally living creatures to see. This indoor area is dedicated to breeding small crocodiles. There are five or six in each pond. Visitors can stand close to the pond and watch, but they cannot stretch their hands over the cordon. Because even though it is a small crocodile, it sometimes awakens and jumps up suddenly, so it is better to watch from a distance. Most of the groups left after watching the crocodile house. Perhaps everyone's itinerary stated on the crocodile farm. In fact, behind the crocodile house is a large Palawan-specific wildlife conservation area hidden deep in the jungle; Not to mention how rare animal species are, the zoo is built in an environment with such a strong "wild" atmosphere, it is very curious in itself. The entire zoo is such a narrow dirt road, stringing up various animal display points. In fact, if you don't think about it as a visit to the zoo, I would like to think of it as a trip to explore the virgin forest. Occasionally, the sun shines directly on the ground through the dense trees, shining with the purest light of nature. During the stroll, I smelled the cool herbal aroma, guessing how long the old trees around me have experienced. And, never know what miracle will be met in the next second. . .