Guiguinto River crocodile captured
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A crocodile roaming free in Guiguinto River was captured by residents on Sunday afternoon. Guiguinto Mayor Paula Agatha "Agay" Cruz confirmed that the crocodile was captured around 2 p.m. along the riverbank in Sitio Tabon, Barangay Malis in this town. She said the crocodile, which is more than four feet in length, was turned over to the Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
Silverio, F. (2022, July 19). Guiguinto River crocodile captured. The Manila Times, p. A7.
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crocodiles; aquatic reptiles; Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Cruz, Paula Agatha "Agay"; Herera, Joseph; Molido, Richard; Arizapa, Leonardo; Molido, Ken; Esusan, Elizalde; Esusan, Marion; Chavez, Obet; Jamboy, Darel; Gaspar, Joshua; Esusan, Christian; Glico, Donie; Lingat, Emelita; Bulacan
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