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dc.contributor.authorVisaya, Villamor Jr.
dc.coverage.spatialNorthern Sierra Madre Natural Parken
dc.identifier.citationVisaya, V. Jr. (2021, January 8). Typhoons, floods linked to drop in crocodile population in Isabela. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A8.en
dc.publisherPhilippine Daily Inquirer, Inc.en
dc.subjectaquatic reptilesen
dc.subjectrare speciesen
dc.subjectspecies extinctionen
dc.subjectpopulation factorsen
dc.subjectAnimal populationsen
dc.titleTyphoons, floods linked to drop in crocodile population in Isabelaen
dc.citation.journalTitlePhilippine Daily Inquireren
local.seafdecaqd.extractThe typhoons and floods that hit Isabela province late last year might have caused the population of crocodiles in four sanctuaries to dwindle, a conservation group said on Wednesday. Marites Balbas, executive officer of Mabuwaya Foundation Inc., said only 10 of the 32 crocodiles recorded in these sites last September were sighted by December. “We received no records of crocodile killing in 2020, so we hoped and presumed that some might have been staying in safe areas, like creeks and lakes,” she told the Inquirer.en
local.subject.personalNameBalbas, Marites
local.subject.corporateNameMabuwaya Foundation Inc.en
local.subject.scientificNameCrocodylus mindorensisen

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