The Black people who are labeled “The Negritos,” are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of Southeast Asia, remnants of the earliest populations from the Out of Africa migration. Description from atlantablackstar.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Dons pristine beaches, stunning waterfalls and unexplored caves, the sleepy fishing village of Donsol is the place in the Philippines to see whale sharks, with the numbers peaking between February and May. Tourists can also take a boat cruise along the Donsol River through mangrove and palm trees, and watch the night light up with millions of sparkling fireflies. A traditional shrimp-catching expedition with bamboos and nets, followed by a tasty dinner of the cooked catch is also available.
The Polka Dotted Clown Weevil (Pachyrrhynchus orbifer): one of the most spectacular weevils in the world, with its exoskeleton decorated n iridescent scales that give it the appearance of being covered in glitter.
Imperial Pheasant~ Palawan Peacock Pheasant — VU Estimated Population: under 10,oooRange: Palawan Island, PhilippinesPrimary Threats: Habitat loss, hunting although their population is on the decline, they breed well in captivity. they are a protected species and some inhabit St Paul’s Ntl. Park.
30 Beautiful Churches in the Philippines During the pre-colonial times, Filipinos have their own ancient indigenous beliefs; but it was not until the 16th century, during the Spanish era, when Christianity was introduced and brought by the missionaries in Cebu. Today, roughly 85 percent of the Philippine’s population are Christians (mostly Roman Catholic).