A crocodile farm and educational park in Davao City opened to the public in 2005 which today aims to promote public awareness and conservation efforts, while being a place for public viewing and entertainment. The park started from the fascination of the owner with Saltwater and Freshwater crocodiles, but is now home to a wide range of other animals including snakes, birds, lizards, and tigers.
The crocodiles are kept separated depending on their maturity so you can see small specimens all the way up to fully grown adult crocodiles. Pangil, the park’s biggest crocodile, sits in his own pond (and remains so still that—especially given his size—you could easily mistake him for a statue). Additional activities within the park include feeding the crocodiles and having your photograph taken with an Albino Burmese Python.