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The Philippine Tarsier is one of the smallest primates in the world, with an average weight of a mere 110-140 grams. They live in the southeastern Philippines within primary and secondary tropical rainforests, mangrove forests, amongst bush thickets, tall grasses and bamboo. They are much rarer in agricultural and other developed areas. Tarsiers move around the forest by leaping amongst and clinging to trees.

limestone hills

The Chocolate Hills of Bohol island form a rolling terrain of haycock-shaped hills, mounds of a generally conical and almost symmetrical shape. These cone-shaped or dome-shaped hills are actually made of grass-covered limestone. The domes vary in sizes from 30 to 50 metres high with the largest being 120 metres in height. During the dry season, the grass-covered hills dry up and turn chocolate brown.


Opportunity for Communers to participate in community driven ecological conservation and restoration projects in Visayan Archipelago region.
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