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Welcome to PhilBREO

This site is dedicated to bringing biodiversity research and educational tools to the public. Through a collaborative effort of international students and researchers, we work to develop an extensive database of information and tools available in an online environment. Furthermore, given a general paucity of information on Philippine amphibians and reptiles, and effective environmental-based public education methods currently available, this project will work to continually develop this online tool that we hope will help to integrate studies of biodiversity, biogeography, education, conservation, and language.

We now have developed a LifeDesk project for Philippine amphibians and reptiles (PhilBREO). We encourage you to visit the site by connecting to the associated link on the left panel. We also welcome collaborations with anyone interested in getting involved with the project.

This site is still under development; however,we hope to have updated features soon.

For feedback, questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.


 

 

New Monitor Discovery
Our field team recently discovered the world's third species of giant fruit-eating lizard in the Philippines. Read about it in these articles: New York Times | CBS | MSNBC | NPR.

Sea Snake Interview
Watch footage from the popular Philippine adventure show "Born to Be Wild" where Cameron Siler is interviewed about the species of Banded Sea Snake from the Philippines. Although his responses are in english, the video is predominately in Tagalog. Full version | Short version

Flying Lizard Interview
Watch footage from the popular Philippine TV show "Kapuso mo with Jessica Soha" where Cameron Siler is interviewed about the flying lizards that occur in the Philippines. Although his responses are in english, the video is predominately in Tagalog. Full version | Short version