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Here, there’s only darkness.
The Langun-Gobingob Cave is the largest cave complex in the country. Once known as the Calbiga Cave, it spans seven kilometers and features 12 chambers, some so big that small skyscrapers can fit inside.Robbed of sight, I focus on the pitter-patter of ...
 
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The mayors of the three cities urged the government to prevent quarrying in Masungi. 
In a rare move, three of Metro Manila’s mayors have urged the government to protect Masungi Georeserve, a precious watershed adjacent to the National Capital Region. Mayors Marcy Teodoro, Vico Sotto and Jaime Fresnedi of the cities of Marikina, Pasig and Muntinlupa urged ...
 
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The kulasisi is on the brink of extinction.
The vibrant plumage of the Philippine hanging parrot (Loriculus philippensis), more commonly known as kulasisi or colasisi, has become a curse for the Philippines’ smallest species of parrot. One of the major threats to the survival of the species is illegal wildlife ...
 
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The last sighting of the Philippine Sambar in Marinduque was in the 1990s.
For over 20 years, no one has seen the Philippine sambar or Marinduque brown deer roaming the forests of Marinduque. The species was driven to local extinction because of hunting and habitat loss. But on June 14, 2022, provincial veterinarian Dr. JM ...
 
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Hungarian cartographer Robert Szucs reimagines the watersheds of the Philippines.
Cartographer Robert Szucs saw something in the fluvial patterns carved by all the rivers of the world: art. He reimagines geography through rivers and the four basic colors of pigment to produce artistic, very detailed, and scientifically accurate maps of the world’s ...
 
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Salagbanog was released in a mountain where a good number of Philippine eagles thrive.
Salagbanog, renamed Sarangani Eagle, is the latest victory in the fight for the survival of the Philippine Eagle, the rarest species of eagle in the world. On June 13, 2022, the Philippine eagle was released back into the wild to rejoin a ...
 
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Agawid’s rescue in 2017 proved Philippine eagles still inhabit the Sierra Madre. 
Agawid is a female Philippine Eagle that was rescued in 2016. A farmer found the Philippine eagle trapped in one of the snares or silo used for catching monkeys in the Aurora Memorial National Park within the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Agawid ...
 
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It was once thought extinct until it was rediscovered in 2009. 
A pair of the world’s rarest species of deer was sighted in Panay Island in April. Footage of the encounter was uploaded on YouTube by Inverts PH. For the safety of the deer, Inverts PH did not disclose the exact location where the ...
 
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It is fading away.
“The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air.”Those were the words of Galadriel in the Fellowship of the Ring. “Much that once was is now lost, and none ...
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