The Philippines crocodile is surely one of the most awe-inspiring creatures on earth. However, they are in trouble because of us they are Critically Endangered. Some of these threats are poaching and dynamite fishing wait what is Dynamite fishing. Dynamite fishing is where you put dynamite in the water and then you blow up all of the marine life around it then they rise to the top of the water. Did you know that The Philippine crocodile is one of the most endangered freshwater crocodiles there are an estimated 250 left in the wild. This was recorded on Mar 29, 2013 imagine how many are left now. Just by talking to one person can make a difference. These freshwater crocodiles are native to the Philippines and are thought to have once occurred widely on all of the larger islands. The adult’s population has declined by 85%-94% over the last three generations (75 years; decline estimated over the period 1937-2012. The numbers surviving in the wild may only be in the hundreds. We need to put a stop to this. we are doing a project in inquiry conservation film for all of the animals on the endangered list. and pick one then lend your voices to them i chose the Philippines crocodile.
i am hoping tho get a follow shot and a panning shot.