Philippine endangered species

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Philippine endangered species

  1. 1. Philippine Endangered SpeciesGroup 5Juan Paulo M. DizonElijah Mark P. GarciaGabriel Jeiyo M. Gob
  2. 2. Name: Calamian DeerPopulation: As of 2002, there were only 1200individuals left.
  3. 3. Name: Philippine Sailfin Lizard
  4. 4. Name: Palawan Peacock PheasantPopulation: An estimated decreasing population of1,000 has been recorded at present.
  5. 5. Name: Luzon Bleeding-Heart Dove
  6. 6. Name: Sulu HornbillPopulation: The latest estimation of the population ofthe Sulu Hornbill was held in 1999, approximately 20pairs.
  7. 7. Name: Red-Vented CockatooPopulation: There are about 250-700 on Palawan, 100-200 on Tawi -Tawi, and there are fewer than twentyindividuals in the Polillo group of islands and Samarrespectively.
  8. 8. Name: Philippine EaglePopulation: The total population of Philippine Eagleranges from 180-500 mature individuals.
  9. 9. Name: Dugong
  10. 10. Name: Golden-Capped Fruit BatPopulation: A rough estimate of the total population ofAcerodon jubatus is around 10,000 individuals (2007).
  11. 11. Name: Philippine Freshwater CrocodilePhPopulation: Their numbers have gone down drasticallyand around 100 crocodiles are remaining in the wildtoday.
  12. 12. Name: Leatherback Sea TurtlePopulation: The global population for this species wasestimated to be 115,000 adult females in 1982. By 1996this had been revised down to about 30-40,000.
  13. 13. Name: Giant Clam

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