A Hunt for the Rhinopias

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  1. Hello Mr Fernandez, i am amazed at the excellence of your shots and the quality of biodiversity in Mabini area. That Rhinopias is like gold, awesome! I just would like to suggest that despite the more known barangay which is Anilao, commonly written as a misnomer as Anilao, Batangas is actually in Anilao, Mabini, Batangas. Anilao actually is a barangay of Mabini. That Red Rocks, which actually is called Pulang Bato for decades, is actually located in barangay Malimatoc, Mabini, Batangas. It is already at the Batangas Bay, unlike Anilao which is in Balayan Bay.

    Thank you so much. We are thankful that people like you make our area and our town famous. However, we acknowledge it with envy, because you see our marine biodiversity, which we can’t because we are not divers. More power to you!

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