• PUBLIC SOON TO VIEW PRESERVED BODY OF ‘LOLONG’ DAVAO

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    CITY: The preserved body parts of the world’s biggest saltwater crocodile in captivity that died in February, will soon undergo the process of taxidermy for its preservation and exhibition at the National Museum. Lolong’s head and skin had been preserved separately in two freezers at Davao Crocodile Park here for six months. It has been pulled out from the crocodile park on Monday following the formal arrangement between the National Museum and the local government of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.

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