The 5 Most Threatened Marine Wildlife in the Philippines Booklet
What are the five most threatened marine wildlife in the country? Know more about these threatened species, plus get access to a watch list: things you must watch to help save our marine wildlife friends.
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Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines is a non-profit, non-stock organization that aims to support the conservation and protection of marine wildlife species and their habitats in the Philippines.
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"A typical beach clean-up, even if carried out by multiple individuals covering the same area, on average only identifies between 20 and 25% of the waste that is actually present on the surface." ...
Researchers say they believe previous calculations hugely underestimate the amount of plastic on beaches around the world.
A whale shark was caught in Himamaylan City by a fisherman of Brgy. Aguisan Saturday, while a dead dolphin was found in a state of decomposition on the shore of Brgy. Enclaro in Binalbagan, Bacolod Sunday. ...
Whale shark survives, dolphin dies
BY MAX CARLO MACAHILO