Tangal Tree

  Tangal Tree Tangal (Ceriops tagal (Perr.) C.B. Rob.) is a native plant found in Bohol. Tangal comes from the Rhizophoraceae family called the Yellow Mangrove and this mangrove species is found in Malaysia, Micronesia, and the Philippines. Its local names are Tungog, Tangal-lalaki, Pakat, and Tagasa. The tangal is a small tree growing up to five to… Read More »

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Second smallest primate on earth

  Bohol’s very own Philippine Tarsier is the second smallest primate on earth! Endemic to Southern Philippines and found mostly in Bohol, the Tarsier (Carlito syrichta) locally known as Mawmag is an endangered faunal species living in secondary forests. The tarsiers are arboreal insectivores so they prefer bushy vegetations that are home to lots of insects. Considered as… Read More »

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Inna Palacios

  Inna Palacios Philippine Women’s National Team Goalkeeper 2017 AFC Women’s Cup Qualifying Tournament Participant Four-time winner of UAAP Best Goalkeeper award De La Salle University Graduate You may want to read: Jocel Ninobla  

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Talisay Tree

  Talisay Tree (Tropical Almond Tree) or (Umbrella Tree) Known in the Philippines as “talisay”, the Tropical Almond Tree (Terminalia catappa) is a large, deciduous, and spreading tree, reaching around 20 to 25 meters height. Belonging to Combretaceae (leadwood tree) family, it grows mainly in the tropics especially along sandy seashores for shade, ornamental purposes, and edible nuts.… Read More »

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Kadang Kadang

  Kadang Kadang (Larong Pinoy) This indigenous Filipino outdoor game is also known as tiyakad played by children and adults alike using coconut husks. The term kadang-kadang translates to “simple game” and the game goes by its name as a basic racing recreational activity. The coconut husk is used by the player to carry himself and outrun the… Read More »

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