Taal horses, new snake specie this Sunday on ‘Born to Be Wild’

Published October 11, 2020, 7:13 AM

by Robert Requintina

In January 2020, Taal Volcano erupted. Many residents have yet to recover from the destruction caused by the eruption when six months later, the COVID-19 pandemic happened.

This Sunday (October 11), Doc Nielsen Donato, together with the Born to Be Wild team, visit Batangas to check on the horses that survived the volcano eruption and their owners who still take care of them despite the challenges of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, in Coron, Palawan, a place known for its picturesque beaches, is a paradise rich in biodiversity. A group of biologist-researchers recently discovered the Northern Luzon Pit Viper residing in Coron. The said viper, according to the 2018 biodiversity study made by California Academy of Science, is not among the list of species.

Don’t miss these stories this Sunday on Born to Be Wild, 8:45 a.m., after AHA! on GMA Network.