Are there great white sharks in Philippines?

Are there sharks in Philippine waters?

The Philippines has an enormous variety of shark and ray species living in its waters. There are approximately 163 species of sharks and rays in the Philippines.

What type of sharks are in the Philippine Sea?

The Philippine Sea is inhabited by mako sharks, blue sharks, oceanic whitetips and silky sharks. All are known to be opportunistic and aggressive feeders.

What countries have great white sharks?

Great white sharks are globally distributed with concentrations near South Africa, Australia/New Zealand, the North Atlantic, and Northeastern Pacific.

Are there sharks in Palawan?

El Nido, the northern part of Palawan Island has a Marine Reserve Park, where a great range of sharks and fishes can be spotted. … Sightings of the bowmouth guitarfish (close shark relative) are also common in the area.

Are there sharks in Cebu?

Sharks in the Philippines are quite common but still you have to be lucky to see them. Here around Cebu you have chances to see some at Malapascua Island, near Mactan Island, and of course here in Moalboal.

Are there sharks in Boracay?

Yes, there are sharks in the coastal waters of Boracay,and not just in the Yapak Cave area. They can be seen “loitering” in the 40 metre deep areas. Big sharks don’t have enough food to be making the island it’s home. Great Whites and Mako sharks can be found in the deep waters going to Palawan and Mindoro.

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