SEAFDEC's fish museum
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There us another museum, repository of our natural bounties that is beginning to catch public attention: the fish museum of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in Tigbauan town. If you want your kids to appreciate our marine wealth, teach them to love our aquatic life, the fish museum can help. The entire facility of SEAFDEC is a museum in itself, that is, if its administrators led by Dr. Rolando Platon would allow you entrance to its hatcheries for lobsters, shrimps, sea horses, shells, crabs, bangus and bulgan, among others.
Treñas, J. (2001, April 6). SEAFDEC's fish museum. Panay News, p. 5.
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