The Binictican and Malawaan Mangrove cover about 30 hectares of Subic Bay coastline along with Boton (12.23 hecatres), Triboa A (7.80 hectares), Triboa B 2.50 hectares), Nabasan (6.60 hectares) and Ilanin (2.50 hectares) mangroves. The management, development and protection of these mangrove areas are under the jurisdiction of the Subic-Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)-Ecology Center.
Bat Kingdom is a large protected forest that serves as the home to an amazingly diverse community of bat species, such as fruit bats, bamboo bats, the Golden Crowned Flying Foxes–the biggest bats all over the world, and the Lesser Flat-Headed Bats–considered as the smallest bats. The Golden Crowned Flying Foxes only feed on plants and play a vital role in the life cycle of the rainforest in the country. They do this by releasing the seeds into various flowers, thus allowing flowers and plants to bloom and grow. Bat Kingdom is perfect for enthusiasts who want to observe bats in their natural habitat.
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