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12-2-2013 01:50 AM|Author: laxmanall|Views: 7281| Comments: 27

Summary: sumber : http://news.yahoo.com/philippine-town-mourns-largest-captive-crocodile-005603826.html Seekor buaya air masin terbesar di dunia setakat ini iaitu berukuran lebih 6 meter berat satu tan t ...

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sumber :
http://news.yahoo.com/philippine-town-mourns-largest-captive-crocodile-005603826.html

Seekor buaya air masin terbesar di dunia setakat ini iaitu berukuran lebih 6 meter & berat satu tan telah mati di bandar Bunawan selatan Filipina, sekian melaporkan untuk forum cari.com dari Filipina, salam hormat.



MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A remote southern Philippine town has gone into mourning over the death of the world's largest saltwater crocodile in captivity, even though it was blamed for the deaths of several villagers.
Bunawan town plans to preserve the remains of the 1-ton crocodile, named Lolong, in a museum to keep tourists coming and stop the community from slipping back into obscurity, the mayor said Monday.
Lolong was declared dead Sunday after being found floating on its back with a bloated stomach in a pond in an ecotourism park which had begun to draw tourists, revenue and development because of the immense reptile, Mayor Edwin Cox Elorde said.
"The whole town, in fact the whole province, is mourning," Elorde said. "My phones kept ringing because people wanted to say how affected they are."
Wildlife experts will perform an autopsy to determine the cause of death, he said.
Guinness World Records had proclaimed it the largest saltwater crocodile in captivity last year, measuring the giant at 6.17 meters (20 feet 3 inches). The reptile took the top spot from an Australian crocodile that measured more than 5 meters (17 feet) and weighed nearly a ton.
Estimated at more than 50 years old, the crocodile was named after a government environmental officer who died from a heart attack after traveling to Bunawan in Agusan del Sur province to help capture the beast.
Even though Lolong was blamed for the deaths of several villagers over the years, Bunawan villagers grew to love the giant reptile because it came to symbolize the rich biodiversity of the marsh where it was captured. The vast complex of swamp forests, shallow lakes, lily-covered ponds and wetlands is home to many animals, including threatened species such as the Philippine hawk eagle.
Various religious groups offered prayers Monday and spiritual leaders also planned to perform a tribal funeral rite, which involves butchering chickens and pigs to thank forest spirits for the fame and other blessings the crocodile has brought, Elordie said.
The rite is to be held at the ecotourism park, where the reptile was a star attraction, drawing foreign tourists, scientists and wildlife journalists to Bunawan, a town of 37,000 people about 515 miles (830 kilometers) southeast of Manila.
The crocodile's capture in September 2011 sparked celebrations in the town. It was caught with steel cable traps during a hunt prompted by the death of a child in 2009 and the later disappearance of a fisherman. Water buffalos have also been attacked by crocodiles in the area.
About 100 people led by Elorde pulled the crocodile from a creek using ropes and then hoisted it by crane onto a truck.
Philippine officials had planned to construct a road to the park to accommodate the growing number of tourists, Elorde said.
He said Lolong will be preserved so tourists and villagers can continue to marvel at it.
"I'd like them to see the crocodile that broke a world record and put our town on the map," Elorde said.







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Quote laxmanall 12-2-2013 01:43 AM
...Lagi gambar...




      

            






Quote cikatilia 12-2-2013 02:12 AM
sedih diorg kan buaya tu mati
Quote laxmanall 12-2-2013 02:30 AM
cikatilia posted on 12-2-2013 02:12 AM
sedih diorg kan buaya tu mati

...mereka percaya buaya tu da makan korban, tapi mungkin juge buaya lain yg buat...tapi kini pekan tu da jadi popular dikunjungi pelancong...
Quote cmf_ultraviolet 12-2-2013 04:34 AM
Besarnya...
Quote espri6006 12-2-2013 06:06 AM
ini sekali ngap aje ni.....
Quote _nursha_ 12-2-2013 08:45 AM
besarnya...takut tgk
Quote ninja boy 12-2-2013 09:12 AM
cantik kulit buat beg
Quote merry01 12-2-2013 09:34 AM
aku tak berapa suka tengok boye..menakutkan semua jenis boye tak kira air masin, air tawar, kecik, besor termasuk boye darat
Quote MissNigga 12-2-2013 09:37 AM
nak tgk more monster croc... pi ler northern territory Aust ... or nile crocodile kat aprika
Quote lonso 12-2-2013 10:46 AM
tak tau plak ada buaya air masin...............
Quote Dark_Vampire 12-2-2013 12:55 PM
besarnyer buaye....
Quote funnyTONE 12-2-2013 02:18 PM
bapak besar...
ni sekali ngap mangsa lum tentu kenyang
Quote bangles 12-2-2013 03:42 PM
kalau ngap budak kecik sure terus telan jer
Quote none88 12-2-2013 04:51 PM
alaaa dah mati daaa....
Quote Artemesiaa 12-2-2013 10:19 PM
Besar dan nemok
Quote anees~nuhara 13-2-2013 05:59 PM
wei....besonye........................
Quote euglena 13-2-2013 06:36 PM
besarnya...
Quote laxmanall 14-2-2013 03:30 AM
  thanx mod...
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