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Photos taken in the Philippines in December 2018, in the island of Bohol, the 10th largest island of the Philippines.
Its most famous attraction are The Chocolate Hills, made up of numerous mounds of brown limestone formations.
The main viewing point of the Chocolate Hills is the government owned Chocolate Hills complex in the town of Carmen, about 55km (34mi) from the capital Tagbilaran.
|Chocolate Hills viewing point|
|The staircase to the viewing point - a lot of stairs...|
|Even the steps have signs|
Bohol is also the home of the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary - a place devoted to saving this declining tiny species of primates. They measure about 9 to 16cm (3.5 to 6 in) excluding the tail, and weigh about 80 to 160 (2.8 to 5.8 oz).
They are nocturnal, very sensitive to noise, light and touch, which can lead them to suicide. They only produce one offspring a year with a gestation period of 180 days, their huge eyes are larger then their brain, and they can't rotate their eyes, but instead they can twist their necks 180 degrees in either direction.