Thursday January 7th, 2021 • By cpmco
Club Paradise Palawan’s shores serve as nesting sites for Hawksbill Sea Turtles and Green Sea Turtles. Nesting turtles visit every year from November to January, where approximately 200 hatchlings are released back to the ocean.
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An adult female sea turtle returns to sea after nesting and leaves the eggs develop on their own. The incubation period…
Sunday December 20th, 2020 • By cpmco
It’s high time to give yourself the chance to take a breather, where you don’t have to always be in a rush, but instead just have to live and be fully present in the moment. Now is the perfect time to press the reset button, improve your lifestyle and take good care of your health. Being in confinement for a while, a beach escape must be on your…
Friday October 30th, 2020 • By cpmco
The crown-of-thorns starfish is a sea star named after its spines that cover its whole body and arms. It has flexible spines that allow it to move freely and protect itself from predators.
The crown-of-thorns starfish is famous for preying on corals. It feeds on hard corals by inverting their entire stomach, through the mouth, and digesting the thin layer of soft tissue off of a…
Saturday September 19th, 2020 • By cpmco
The Blacktip Reef Shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus) is one of the most common sharks found in warm, shallow waters, as well as around coral reefs of Indo-Pacific waters. They are fairly easy to spot when they are in coastal waters.
It gets its name from the noticeable black tips on its fins. The Blacktip Reef Sharks skin is brownish in color on the upper half of its body. It…