Submerged woeful tales of Tubbataha
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Tubbataha comes from a combination of two Samal words, "taba" and "taha", meaning a long, or expansive, reef exposed by the low tide. Stretching over 10,000 hectares, the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park is located 150 kms. southeast of Puerto Princesa, approximately 120° 0' latitude x 8° 45' longitude, right in the middle of the Sulu Sea.
Prudente, S. (1997, August 2). Submerged woeful tales of Tubbataha. The Manila Times, p. B17.
Reefs; Coral reefs; Marine parks; Marine organisms; Biodiversity; Protected areas; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of National Defense (DND); Probe Production Presents; Carlos Soriano Foundation; Fontana; Fortes, Miguel; Ramos, Victor; De Villa, Renato; Celso, Abraham; Yin, Robert; Choy, David; Lazaro, Cheche; Floirendo, Marissa; Torres, Judith
- The Manila Times