We can also see how amazing the biodiversity of the Philippines as preserved species of plants and animals were being stored in the museum.
As compared with other countries, it has more endemic species in groups like plants, mammals, birds, reptiles, and butterflies. Our rainforests are home to 102 species of amphibians (82 of which are endemic or found only in the Philippines), 254 species of reptiles (208 are endemic), 179 mammals (111 endemics), 20,940 species of insects (14,616 are endemic), 578 species of birds (196 are endemic), 15,000 kinds of plants (7,500 are endemic). Marine scientists also consider the Philippines as the center of marine biodiversity. Its coral reefs, which spans 300,000 sq.km. holds diverse species of fish and many organisms. (http://www.haribon.org.ph)