PH top 5 dive sites still the world's best
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Scuba divers will never stop telling you: The Philippines is one of the best places in the world to dive. Just ask dedicated locals as well as visitors from all over the world, including award-winning underwater photographers and marine biologists, who come for stuff big and small. While sightings of large animals and pelagics are getting more and more rare because of habitat destruction and human consumption, you can still count on memorable encounters, as well as an abundance of the colorful little critters that divers like to look out for.
Honasan, A. B. (2014, March 30). PH top 5 dive sites still the world's best. Philippine Daily Inquirer, pp. A1, A19.
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