Sillman Centrop University Tropical Research Center, my later city map (provided by the city's tourism office, the main square) has a place to the North marked Centrop Botanical Garden by the University of Sillman Sports Field. Although the place is densely populated with forest trees and small plants, it is really a breeding and Research Center for endangered animals. Sika deer, bats, warheads and pigs seem to be the most common animals. There are beautiful birds, snakes and even crocodiles. A city's tourist brochure says this is photocopied in Centrop: treated as a Mini Zoo Dumagute CENTROP and observed their habitats for plant-specific animals and plants. It carefully recreates the stadium next to Silyman University. The most popular is the rare z967 sika deer alfredi, which only exists in the same extinct trust hotel in East Asia. when I enter this area. I'll be out right away to meet my two animal breeders. He introduced himself to me, the service-oriented projects, listed the current animals, and then showed me around. There is a Sika Deer passing a pen on an overpass in the room. And pens and world-class cages are far away. Animals look healthy and positive. He took me to a well-designed bat fixture donated by an American Bat Conservation group. Hotel facilities and maintenance of animal feeding are expensive, and budgetary issues are a serious problem. Cartake taught me how to save money on his constant food. My tour guide made our most memorable trip of dedication and knowledge in the Philippines. How is this place good? Future city maps do not represent entrances. Find Dr. Bernancio Aldecoa and run along the main road ahead. There are two sides of the road. The East Road and the west of the 7th road are Centrop (where there is a street sign). Go north to the dead end of Centrop; turn to your right and you'll find the zoo project. Enter and hope to take you to a temporary manager's exhibit. Tickets depend on donations.
It's a zoo in a university. The most popular one is the rare z967 sika deer alfredi, which only exists in the same extinct trust hotel in East Asia.
Tropical plants are very good, very like the feeling, the place is really very good, really good.
The winding paths in the mountains and woods have a good air quality.
It's an animal and botanical garden in the university, but there are not many bright spots for a stroll.
Here are some places for students to visit and study.
Security personnel collected 10 pesos. If you're not an animal ornamental obsessive-compulsive disorder patient, you really don't have to go. The entrance to the gate was as frightening as a Jurassic park. In a very small garden, there are deer dying of heat, birdsong, python, crocodile and wood.