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'Lolong would not have died if he hadn't been captured, imprisoned, and confined to a totally inadequate concrete enclosure for the past 18 months'
Rappler learns how Lolong died due to multiple organ failure due to stress from how he was held in captivity
At a sanctuary, Mali can roam around, bathe in rivers and ponds, be in the crucial company of other elephants, and get veterinary care
Lolong should have been kept in his natural habitat, former DENR Secretary and crocodile expert Dr. Angel Alcala says
The report will be made public after the tissue samples collected from Lolong are fully analyzed by experts at UP-Los Baños
After Lolong's death, WWF-Philippines is concerned about the plight of the few remaining saltwater crocodiles here
I was not sad at all for the ecopark in Agusan de Sur, which had made a measly P2 million off Lolong. I was sad that Lolong had lost his life because we humans can be so selfish.
Veterinarians are analyzing tissue samples from Lolong to determine his cause of death
The results and the cause of death will not be known until the end of the week, a government official says
The storm created a change in temperature that may have affected the croc's eating habits leading to his death, a British specialist says
The 5.48 m reptile based in Cairns, Australia is now the world's largest crocodile in captivity after Lolong passed away on Sunday
Dr. Adam Britton says Lolong helped raise awareness of crocodiles and raise funds for the conservation of the Agusan Marsh
(UPDATED) A team of experts from the PAWB and the National Museum will conduct a necropsy and save the remains for taxidermy, the DENR says
(UPDATED) Captured in September 2011, the saltwater crocodile measured 20.24 feet and weighed approximately 2,370 pounds
Lolong's record is expected to boost tourism of sleepy Mindanao town