The Calauit Island is home to the Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary and is the Philippine's showcase for wildlife conservation.

This 3,700 hectare sanctuary is a natural area where the entire environment and all the plants and animals are allowed to live in a natural state with the absolute minimum of human interference or disturbance.

The sanctuary is home to Philippine wildlife like the Calamian- and mouse- deer, bearcat, Palawan peacock pheasant, sea turtles and Philippine crocodile. Coexisting within are African animals like giraffes, zebras, impalas, waterbucks, bushbacks, gazelles, elands and topis.

This island is also a haven for more than seventy species of birds, of which ten of them are rare, that rest and flock two hours before sunset, after their wholeday flight.

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