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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Oct 19, 2010


BORN TO BE WILD features Kiko Rustia’s coverage of the rare marine mammal, Irrawady, to introduce it to the public. Critically endangered, the Irrawaddy may disappear without people knowing it. World Wildlife Fund’s Marivic Matillano has been studying the Irrawaddy for ten years and joins the team to identify it. But weather is uncooperative as rains challenge the team during the journey. Will the team succeed in capturing images of this elusive mammal? Meanwhile, Doc Ferds in Virac, Catanduanes begins his search for the 21 species of snakes documented by a local biologist. On the first night of their search, they encounter a stunning green vine snake. Soon after, more snakes appear, including an aggressive one that bites a team member. It’s discovered that a King also resides in the area, the King Cobra that changes the course of the expedition. This is the second part of “Born Expeditions” that began last week. See it after “Saksi” tonight on GMA-7.