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How this atoll in the Philippines regained its biodiversity

It was once nearly dead, now it's one the world’s most biodiverse reefs and a World Heritage Site. Here is why Tubbataha Reefs is considered an environmental protection success.

17/08/2019 06:09
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  • 王元亨
    31/08/2019 22:49

    💕 生態盈盼 🍎

  • Renato N.
    30/08/2019 14:29

    Long live to Tubattaha!!!

  • Elaine B.
    30/08/2019 09:13

    Best post of the day so good to see good news...thanks

  • Gaganman S.
    30/08/2019 08:23

    thanks to those who reversed the dsmaged sanctuary

  • Mehedi M.
    30/08/2019 04:00

    AMI ARE TUMI

  • Jose R.
    30/08/2019 02:48

    Donde....??

  • Budz H.
    29/08/2019 17:51

    😔😔😔

  • Sakhina K.
    29/08/2019 15:15

    Wonderful

  • Ramraja S.
    29/08/2019 11:43

    Great effort .Should be replicated wherever possible.

  • Dhon R.
    28/08/2019 23:33

    dont let the Evil Invasion coming in....they already trying Bribe the Authorities and they doing it .......watch out Philliphines ......protect your natural Habitants ....before it gets too late

  • Mónica H.
    28/08/2019 18:01

    But will all this effort resist/ survive the vagaries of the warming ocean temperatures?

  • Dani S.
    28/08/2019 14:03

    Awesome

  • Ellen M.
    28/08/2019 12:18

    God bless 2all.Save our oceans

  • Jose M.
    27/08/2019 21:47

    NATURALEZA VIVA SIGNOS DE VIDA y SALUD PARA LA HUMANIDAD Y SERES VIVIENTES

  • Ritu R.
    27/08/2019 05:03

    Great effort

  • Namita N.
    27/08/2019 01:25

    A wonderful job

  • Evelyn M.
    26/08/2019 23:42

    If its only possible that at least once in our lifetime we are able to glimpse this wonderful beautiful and amazing nature

  • Geronimo S.
    26/08/2019 10:27

    No dynamite. No plastic. No commercial fishing

  • Geronimo S.
    26/08/2019 10:25

    Good job

  • Elizalde P.
    25/08/2019 21:00

    Hope the efforts and supports done in this area shall also be done in Northwest Panay Peninsula National Park which is home for the critically endangered species like the Negros bleeding heart dove Gallicolumba keayi, the Visayan warty pigs, Walden's Hornbill and may more. Currently we at www.PhilinCon.org and some partners are protecting its ABUNDANT wildlife from poachers and environmental degradation like kaingin etc. Please visit us and see what can you help for its success and sustainability.