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Agusan del Sur Giant Crocodile Named Lolong Far From Dying

Agusan del Sur crocodile caretaker Loloy Aguillon assured everyone that "Lolong", the name given to the 21-ft seawater giant crocodile captured by the local villagers on Saturday, September 2, is far from dying after the reports came out about its refusal to eat due to trauma.

Reports said that "Lolong" is still traumatized and refuses to eat the chicken-meat kept ready and available around the man-made pond where he now swims for four days now.

Although Aguillon said that crocodiles can still manage to survive after their last feeding for two whole weeks, visitors to the park have been kept in limited numbers upon recommendation of experts to allow the reptile to rest and recuperate in the new habitat built for him in a wildlife reserve by the local government of Bunawan, Agusan Del Sur.