S.Orangani, Philippines – Sarangani Bay has once again proved why it is one of the most geodo diverse bodies of the peninsula, with frequent monitoring of marine mammals as well as monthly monitoring by a comprehensive team of provincial and regional environmental experts. Has been told.
The surveillance team recently surveyed three marine mammal species, including spinner dolphins, russus dolphins, and dugong or sea cows.
Spinner dolphins, a small species known for acrobatic spins when they emerge from the water, are often seen near the towns of General Santos City, and Glan, Malapatan and Albel.
Meanwhile, the Rasos are medium-sized, gray-colored dolphins that can grow up to about four meters long, have large dorsal fins and linear markings, and are often seen near the towns of Malapatan and Gala.
Time. Periodic monitoring involves the frequency of species of marine mammals, their normal sighting and location, assessment of their population and density, and observation of their behavior and activities.
The data from Undertak can also be used for future research studies and environmental activities. Currently, the bay is one of the top beach routes in South Mindanao. Galyan’s Power White Sand Beach, Beach Park and General Santos Resorts, Moaseem’s Dive and Kyamba’s Shelter.
According to Sarangani Governor Steve Chunjibian Solan, the presence of animals has confirmed its abundant marine resources, which provide a safe and environmentally balanced habitat for wildlife.
He said that based on the team’s reports, juvenile dolphins and whales could be spotted, indicating that their numbers were increasing, and that they were finding the bay a safe haven. He has plenty of fish in his diet. , Squid, octopus, jellyfish, and crab.
The province, funded by Sarangani’s Slong Kalikasan program, has played a more active role in supporting water body conservation efforts where it is named.
The comprehensive monitoring team includes the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Bureau of Fisheries and Abyssal Resources, Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape, General Santos City Environment and Natural Resources Office, and Sarangani Environmental Protection and Conservation Center.
Last year, more than 270 dolphins and whales were monitored in the third quarter of the Gulf.
Declared a protected seaplane by DENR in 1996, Sarangani Bay covers an area of 215,950 hectares and covers the six coastal municipalities of Sarangani and General Santos City. Combined as the diving area of the Sukshine region, its coral resources cover more than 2,293 hectares spread over 20 coral reef areas, including about 60 major hard coral reefs, 411 reef species in 46 families. Its seagrass cover is spread over 912 hectares, with 1112 species.
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