Eagles and Crocodiles: Animal Encounters in Davao

It has menacing looks and a huge frame to match, but also exhibits a graceful and majestic form in flight. A large and powerful bird of prey, it used to be called the monkey-eating eagle because macaques formed part of its diet. Some have even fed on small deer weighing as much as 14 kilos... Continue Reading →

Evil Smells and Heavenly Bites: Our Davao Food Expeditions

Someone described it as "hell on the outside and heaven on the inside." Another likened eating one to “sitting on the toilet while eating your favorite ice cream.” At least those guys liked the fruit’s taste. Others weren’t as generous. Henri Mouhot, the French naturalist and explorer who popularized the ruins of Angkor to the... Continue Reading →

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