Palawan is a sanctuary to many wildlife that cannot be found elsewhere in the Philippines. There is a special place called the Crocodile Farm in Puerto Princesa City where both saltwater and fresh water crocodiles are being cared for. It is open for public viewing where the crocodiles are kept in their own special containment.
The start of viewing them is in small containers starting from baby crocs. The aisle in the middle divides the several containers where the left side is for fresh water crocodiles and the right side contains the saltwater crocodiles. The height of the containers is about 4 feet high. Viewers are discouraged from taking photos with flash on because this can agitate even the baby crocodiles that can cause them to jump out of their cage.
As one progresses to the farther containers, the crocodiles contained in them are older and bigger than those in the first containers. There are fewer of them in each container because they are larger.
Going to the larger containers that are actually large concrete pits are the adult crocodile. A walkway above these pits is where the visitors walk to see them from above. Again from the first pit going to the last pit, the crocodiles in them are larger than the previous pit. The last two pits contain the largest crocodiles who are solo in their own pits. The largest in captivity in the farm is one meter shorter than "Lolong", the biggest crocodile on record that was captured captured in the Philippines.
The largest one is a bit larger than the crocodile skeleton enclosed in a glass cage at the entrance to the crocodile tour lobby. Don't miss to check out the Crocodile Farm of Palawan when you're there.