Discover The tarsiers Philippines

The Philippine tarsiers are the world's smallest primate, these nocturnal creatures with huge eyes have a head that can swivel 360 degrees! Not much bigger than the human hand, the tarsier suffers from the effects of deforestation and illegal capture where they become highly stressed and therefore die earlier. The only legal place to see tarsiers in the Philippines is at the Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella, Bohol.

  • Underwater life, The tarsiers, The fauna and flora, Philippines
    Underwater life

    The waters of the Philippines are home to the majority of coral species found on Earth.

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  • The site of Moalboal, The tarsiers, The fauna and flora, Philippines
    The site of Moalboal

    This is home to sea turtles, clown fish and boxfish.

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  • The tarsiers , Sanctuary Point in Cabilao , Philippines
    Sanctuary Point in Cabilao

    This spot is protected and used by the school of marine biology.

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  • Coron Bay, The tarsiers, The fauna and flora, Philippines
    Coron Bay

    This site has the highest concentration of shipwrecks in the world.

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  • The best spots, The tarsiers, The fauna and flora, Philippines
    The best spots

    The northern archipelagos offer the greatest underwater diversity.

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  • The tarsiers , Snorkelling in the Philippines , Philippines
    Snorkelling in the Philippines

    Some areas of the seafloor can be discovered using just a mask and a snorkel, due to shallow waters.

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