Below we present the latest photo gallery of the Philippine forest turtle project.
The Philippine forest turtle was for the first time re-discovered in the wild in 2003 and was
for along time believed to be extinct by the scientific community.
This turtle species is classified as critically endangered by the World Conservation Union.
The Philippine forest turtle is endemic to the island of Palawan , southern Philippines.
We are working actively in this region of the world the stop endangered species to become extinct.
The Philippine forest turtle is threatened by important illegal trading and destruction of natural
habitat. Click here to learn more about this project.