Philippine Mouse Deer or locally known as Pilandok is a small terrestrial mammal endemic to the island of Palawan. Though shy and nocturnal, they are listed as endangered under IUCN as their meat is a popular delicacy and their skin can be used to make leathers. For this episode, Palawan State University (PalSU) talks about Palawan bearcat and its declining population. 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.