Coral and Fish
By Myrna Briones

This coral is where fish live. The rocks with seagrasses and algae are where the fish go for food.


 

ROCK
By Antholyn Estorco

This rock is where fish live!


FISH SANCTUARY
By Adam Narciso

Large numbers of fish of many different types can now be found in our village's fish sanctuary.


TIGER BARB
By Tesing Gantalao

The Tiger Barb is an egg-laying fish. Its eggs stick to sea plants and hatch a day or so after being laid.



A MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
By Faustino Jamosjos

It's been a tiring day spent trying to accomplish something for our future. But it's been a lovely day, too, for today I accomplished a mission for our children's future.



A STEP TO PROMISED LAND
By Nina Agapita E. Santos

Our Provincial Planning and Development Office (PPDO) has assisted not only our fishermen but also farmers and entreprenerus, helping them to take a step toward a better life.



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