• FISH BE WITH YOU

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    Below the waves, they swarm around in motions of a dance, here and there, and suddenly everywhere. They are famous in the strait, especially in Moalboal, one of Cebu’s famous dive sites. The area is part of Tanon Strait, the largest marine protected area in the Philippines located between the islands of Cebu and Negros, and home to at least 14 species of whales, sea turtles, and dolphins. This picture is part of a photo exhibit at the Eastwood Atrium which will be hosted by Oceana Philippines on Monday, June 8, to mark World Oceans Day. PHOTO BY FERDINAND EDRALIN COURTESY OF OCEANA PHILIPPINES

    Below the waves, they swarm around in motions of a dance, here and there, and suddenly everywhere. They are famous in the strait, especially in Moalboal, one of Cebu’s famous dive sites. The area is part of Tanon Strait, the largest marine protected area in the Philippines located between the islands of Cebu and Negros, and home to at least 14 species of whales, sea turtles, and dolphins. This picture is part of a photo exhibit at the Eastwood Atrium which will be hosted by Oceana Philippines on Monday, June 8, to mark World Oceans Day. PHOTO BY FERDINAND EDRALIN COURTESY OF OCEANA PHILIPPINES

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