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Forest bathing in   South Korean winter

Forest bathing in South Korean winter

They are called thus because when these birds fly, they look like they are dancing. They are also different from other birds because they use their saliva in order to build their nests in caves.

American influence strong in Cordilleras

Sagada is the smallest town in Mountain Province, surrounded by provinces Abra, Kalinga, Isabela, Benguet, and Ifugao.

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Bulldogs not always fierce

Animal behavior is one of our favorite topics on our weekly TV show, Matanglawin.

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Eating tamilok worm

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Eating tamilok worm

We did so, during a recent visit to Palawan for our Sunday morning TV show, Matanglawin, where one of the native delicacies is tamilok, a kind of edible mollusk found in mangrove trees. Tamilok feeds on decaying wood. Before you say ‘Kadiri,’ read on.

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Takla, ferocious shrimp

Out at the Mindanao Sea for an episode of our TV show Matanglawin (ABS-CBN, Sunday morning at 9:45), I discovered piston shrimps or Takla.

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Bakit sosyal ang dolphin

Big fishes like dolphins, whales, manta rays, among others are in the sea to eat small sea small sea creatures such as krills, and shrimps, that are washed by strong currents.

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