The Philippines is the country with the highest percentage of marine life stores, and the biggest number of marine species, but despite these, the Philippines remains a vulnerable region.
There are currently over 200 marine wildlife conservation and marine life charities in the country, with over 2,000 species listed as endangered, threatened or vulnerable.
While there are no official statistics on the number of species that are listed, the most recent survey by the Philippines National Fish and Wildlife Commission (PNFWC) estimates that there are around 10,000 marine species listed in the World Heritage List.
With these numbers, and with the high levels of pollution, the number is likely much higher.
The problem is not just a matter of finding a safe and sustainable place for the marine species that inhabit the islands, but also finding a place for them to live.
There is no central marine reserve in the world, and while the Philippines has some marine reserves that can be used for fish and other marine life conservation, they are not as big as the ones in Thailand, the United Kingdom, Japan, the Netherlands, or even the UK.
Most of the marine reserves are located off the coasts of the island states, and many are not accessible for people to visit.
However, there are some that are accessible for the public to explore and experience for free.
These are the best marine parks and marine sanctuaries in the archipelago, and if you are planning to visit them, you can save a lot of money by making the trip to their designated locations.
What is a marine sanctuary?
Marine sanctuary is a term used to describe a facility that is open to the public, including for conservation and research purposes, but it does not necessarily have to be used exclusively for conservation.
It can also be used to support wildlife species that live in the environment, and also for research and educational purposes.
Marine sanctuaaries provide an escape from the pressures of everyday life, and often provide places for visitors to meet and bond with the animals they visit.
The word ‘marine’ can also refer to a sea creature, but often marine animals can be found on land, while marine sanctuaers can be a little more diverse.
In the Philippines, the country’s marine sanctuary system is a mixed bag.
There exists a handful of marine sanctues that are designated for conservation purposes, such as the Marine Mammal Conservation and Research Center in the northern part of the country.
But the other marine sanctums that are managed by the government are not so protected.
These include the Philippines Marine Park, a large marine park that is home to some 350 species of marine mammals, including dolphins, sharks, porpoises, rays, turtles, and seabirds.
The park is managed by a separate department of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR), which is part of MEWNR.
The marine park is run by the National Marine Mammalogist Foundation (NMF), a private company owned by the NMF.
These private companies can take over the management of marine parks in the provinces of Mindanao and Visayas, and it is up to the Ministry to decide when to transfer the park’s management to a local marine reserve.
However there are other marine parks that are open to visitors and locals.
For example, there is the Bongan Wildlife Park in Visaya, which is the largest protected marine park in the entire Philippines.
The Bongans marine park consists of several areas, including the largest lagoon on the island of Bongas, which can hold thousands of fish and a wide variety of marine animals, from corals to seaborses.
The Lagoon at Bongani, the largest marine park on the Philippines’ southern island of Mindang, has a capacity for 5,000 visitors.
The area has a lagoon that is more than 500 metres wide, and can hold 2,500 fish.
The lagoon itself is covered in coral, and features more than a thousand species of coral species.
The biggest feature of the lagoon is the giant aquarium that is situated at the bottom of the pool, which houses dolphins, whales, sea turtles, seabasses, turtles and sharks.
The aquarium is surrounded by the lagos coral reef, and is one of the biggest attractions on the whole island of Batangas.
Bonganos Lagoon Marine park is not only a huge attraction, but is also a place to learn about marine life.
The main attraction of the Bongs Lagoon is a giant lagoon in the Batanginas bay.
The size of the area and the diversity of the species that call the bay home make this lagoon one of Mindan City’s largest marine sanctumes.
The habitat of the Lagoon also includes a variety of habitats for corals, sea lions, and other species.
There also exist marine sanctures in Mindan, and in Visayan