Monster crocodile Lolong’s stuffed body set to become a tourist attraction in Agusan del Sur

His fierce form will be reconstructed.

Edwin Mascariñas of reports that the bones of Lolong, once the world's largest salt water crocodile in captivity, were exhumed on July 18 from his burial site at the Bunawan Eco-Park and Research Center in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur to be reassembled in Manila.


According to the report, a taxidermist at the National Museum will reconstruct the skin and bones of the giant crocodile before it is shipped back to Bunawan for display inside the eco-park. Town mayor Edwin Elorde said "plans of developing the eco-park are already underway and that soon, they will be offering additional attractions for the tourists" aside from Lolong's stuffed body.


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