༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺ The Philippine Eagle (Pithecopaga Jefferyi) is the world's largest eagle by body length. It's also one of the most exotically stunning! Unfortunately, it has been labeled as one of the most Critically Endangered (IUCN Red List) eagle species, w| an estimated population of less than 250 individuals. ༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺
Scarlet Minivet This striking bird is a female Scarlet minivet, scientifically named Pericrocotus flammeus (Passeriformes - Campephagidae). Minivets are conspicuous and mostly intensely colourful birds inhabiting wooded environments in tropical and subtropical South and Southeast Asia and temperate East Asia. This species has geographical variation complex and inadequately described, with many intermediate populations in SE Asia. Typically males of the Scarlet minivet are scarlet to orange…
Located at the extreme northern part of the Philippines, Batanes has conquered a lot of devastating storms but still stands today as one of the most beautiful provinces in the country. The least populated province in the Philippines, Batanes could easily give anyone the peace of mind they are looking for.
Even though Boracay is now an extremely developed island (from a touristic point of view), the so called Paradise on Earth has also an ugly side. The locals live in extreme poverty, in small huts and this is actually a big national problem. More than a quarter of the total population of the Philippines lives below the poverty line and the poorest region of the Philippines is the ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslin Mindanao), in the southern part of the archipelago
Waterfalls cascade into a picture-perfect pool in Laguna, a province on Luzon Island in the Philippines. Luzon is the country’s largest island—and the fourth most populous island in the world. Photograph by Per-Andre Hoffmann, Aurora, January 14, 2015
Friends of NASA: Tondo, Manila, Philippines | Earth | Satellite Tondo is one of the most densely populated areas of the world with 72,000+ inhabitants per square kilometer. Located in the northwest portion of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, the district is primarily residential and contains many of the city’s slums. 14.617°N 120.967°E 10/28/2014 https://plus.google.com/u/0/