National Museum tasked to preserve 'Lolong'
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The National Museum is now directly coordinating with the Bunawan municipal government in Agusan del Sur concerning the remains of crocodile "Lolong," which will be subjected to taxidermy, according to the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB). PAWB director Theresa Mundita Lim said they are leaving it up to the National Museum since it has the authority over the preservation of animals of national importance. "Officials of the National Museum will be the ones coordinating or negotiating with Bunawan Mayor Edwin Elorde regarding plans to preserve the skin and skeleton of Lolong," Lim said.
Villanueva, R. (2013, March 3). National Museum tasked to preserve 'Lolong'. The Philippine Star, pp. 1, 15.
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