Philippine Sea and environmental issues

Philippine Sea
Philippine Sea

Philippine Sea is considered the largest and deepest sea. The deep-sea holds many secrets. Back in 1960, the Trieste bathyscaphe dived to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Scientists have discovered unusual living things.

The fish world of the Philippine Sea is quite rich. Fishing is an important part of the economy of the Philippines. People catch tuna, sardines, sea eels, octopuses, turtles, squids. Almost 50% of corals and much marine fish are located in our country.

The residents of the Philippines are concerned about the ecology of the Philippine Sea for this reason. One of them is Tony Oposa, Jr. He tried to prove to people the importance of this problem using the Minors Oposa versus Factoran, which was written by Hilario Davide, Jr. He described the principle of equality between generations. Tony Oposa managed to impress the Filipinos. An event was organized, where Eduardo Gongona, Jr. delivered a speech on the problems of the Pacific Ocean.

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