Koreans, Condos and a Rare Unspoiled Ph…

The Philippines’ Subic Watershed Forest Reserve is 9,800 hectares of primeval forest, a lowland ecosystem of 745 different plant species, including three that are endangered and four others that are potentially threatened. Virtually the last bit of protected forest on the island of Luzon, it is home to some of the country’s rarest hardwood trees and a huge variety of bats, bugs, lizards, monkeys, snakes, deer and other beasts.

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