Crocolandia Foundation

The Crocolandia Foundation Inc., founded in 2001, is a nature conservation center located in Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines.[1] The park houses birds, lizards, snakes, and crococodiles. The park also breeds endangered animals such as the Philippine crocodile and the sailfin lizard. The park's most famous resident is Lapu-Lapu, an estuarine crocodile. Other animals include civets, rufous hornbill, ostrich, monitor lizards, myna, iguana, squirrel, turtles, peacock, deer and a Visayan warty pig. The park also has a museum, a library, gardens, and fishponds. The park is the first of its kind in Central Visayas.

Crocolandia Foundation Inc.
Date opened2001
LocationTalisay City, Cebu, Philippines


  1. ^ "Crocolandia Foundation Inc. celebrates 6th anniversary". Cebu Daily News. 2007-02-06. Archived from the original on 2007-02-16. Retrieved 2008-06-05.

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