The Palawan bearded pig is said to be the largest wild pig in the Philippines. This species can only be found in Palawan, from Balbac to extreme south-west of the island. Sadly, they are experiencing habitat destruction due to logging, agriculture and infrastructure development. For this episode, listen to Palawan State University (PalSU) as they discuss on exciting facts about the Palawan bearded pig.

This episode is produced by the Institute of Environmental Governance in PalSU; Written and directed by: Rizaldy Bustamante, Kristel Dorado, Jade Remo, Andrei Sta. Teresa, Noell Soliva, Czarina Sulpico, Marie Chris Palma, Mark Joseph Buncag, and Imelda Lactuan.

Wildlife Philippines is an initiative under the Partnership for Biodiversity Conservation 3 of Tanggol Kalikasan and is being supported by the USAID and the US DOI-ITAP.