Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape teeming with coastal, marine life
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Sarangani Bay was put in the spotlight recently when reports that hundreds of whales and dolphins showed up while a team from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in the province was conducting a marine mammal census. Little is known about Sarangani Bay. This magnificent seascape is a rich body of water and home to the tuna industry in the Philippines. It is teeming with coastal and marine life, enough to be included as one of the 94 protected areas covered by the Expanded National Integrated Protected Area System Act.
Mayuga, J. L. (2021, February 28). Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape teeming with coastal, marine life. Business Mirror, p. A7.
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