Some of the most dangerous sharks in the world roam the waters of the more than 7,000 islands in the Philippines. … Other species to watch out for are great white, tiger, oceanic whitetip, shortfin mako, grey reef and blue sharks.
Are there great white sharks in Philippine waters?
Great White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) are the world’s largest predatory fish. … This is significant, for though we know this species ranges through all the world’s oceans, very few people have seen it in Philippine waters, making it among the rarest sharks in the country.
Are there sharks in Palawan?
Palawan has been noted for its clean clear waters, beautiful scenery and a diverse array of marine life. But did you know that it is also a great spot for shark sighting? El Nido, the northern part of Palawan Island has a Marine Reserve Park, where a great range of sharks and fishes can be spotted.
Does Manila Bay have sharks?
MANILA – A dead young whale shark has washed ashore in Manila Bay near the Philippine capital, far from the endangered giant fish’s traditional feeding grounds, fishermen and a wildlife official said Thursday.
What sharks are in the South China Sea?
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Are there sharks in Cebu?
Sharks in the Philippines are quite common but still you have to be lucky to see them. Here around Cebu you have chances to see some at Malapascua Island, near Mactan Island, and of course here in Moalboal.