Davao Crocodile Park

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@emafe is feeding an osterich here.

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I had the joy of going to Crocodile Park here in Davao City with @emafe, @zaclucas and a good amount of our family members. I got to see a monkey ride a bike, ducks marched in a parade, and I saw a crocodile whose mouth stayed open like a statue.

My greatest joy was seeing @emafe's expressions during the animal talent show and seeing the pictures of @zaclucas floating in the arms of his Tatay above the coy fish. I also got to see Papa's reaction to the tall ostriches and I fed them myself with special food held in my hands.

It's definitely a good experience to get up close and personal with these animals. Like all animals and babies they have a great amount of innocence, especially the friendly ones. I will try to visit more tourist sites and travel more often. That is one thing in life that is worth doing.

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@emafe, @zaclucas and I.

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@abello, Jan-Jan & @renz.rubio at the entrance.

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Ate Langa taking a picture at the selfie stand.

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@emafe sitting on a crocodile statue.

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The crocodile kept it's mouth open in the same position for 35 to 45 minutes.

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A real bird is standing on Papa's hand.

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Papa saw an osterich for the first time

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Jake @abello and @renz.rubio feeding the rabbits.

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Mama, Tito Titeng and Tita Flor with @zaclucas in the stroller on the left-hand side.

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