Place at the end of an empty street without any signs. You can see some endangered species there but their surroundings are really sad, probably due to lack of funding (entrance is only 10PHP). When it's raining, it gets muddy, but there are walkways. We didn't have any guide but the 'zoo' is small and have some signs. It's really a pity that endangered animals have to be examined and researched in such poor conditions. We left with really mixed feelings.
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