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LOOK: An endangered adult Spotted Wood Owl was turned over to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development on July 4, by a concerned citizen of Aborlan, Palawan. Photos from PSDC FB

LOOK: A wounded adult Spotted Wood Owl (Strix seloputo) was turned over to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff (PCSDS) on Saturday by Mylene T. Ledesma, a resident of Bgy. Ramon Magsaysay, Aborlan town in Palawan. 📷: PCSD | @RVMirandaINQ 

LOOK: A concerned citizen of Puerto Princesa turned over an adult pangolin mother and her baby to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development on June 28, 2020. The Palawan Pangolin is listed as critically endangered by the IUCN. Photos from PCSD FB

LOOK: A mother and a baby pangolin were turned over to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development on Monday, June 29 by Antonio Cuino of Brgy. Luzviminda, Puerto Princesa City. Cuino said that he and his father were in the ricefields when they found the pangolins. 📷 PCSD

LOOK: A Southeast Asian Box turtle was turned over by a concerned citizen of Puerto Princesa, Palawan to the Council for Sustainable Development yesterday, June 17. The turtle is listed as an endangered species. Photo from PCSD's FB

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LOOK: An endangered Southeast Asian Box turtle was turned over today, June 16, 2020 by a concerned citizen to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development. Dominic Jhez Palay, a resident of Bgy. San Pedro, Puerto Princesa City, found the turtle in their backyard yesterday.

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A group of kids turned over an Asian box turtle to Palawan Council For Sustainable Development Staff in Puerto Princesa after spotting it in their backyard. Accdg to Int'l Union for Conservation of Nature, Asian box turtles are considered vulnerable species. | Arlie Cabrestante

The executive director of the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development said the Philippine pangolin is an indicator that Palawan forests are still thriving. | @JhessetEnanoINQ 

The Palawan Council for Sustainable Development says those behind the incident may be liable for violation of the Wildlife Resources Protection and Conservation Act. #PHNews 

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