Something for the shellfish [A Cry For Help]

Something for the shellfish [A Cry For Help]
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What we have plentiful of, we didn’t speak about. I don’t know what it’s called scientifically, but it’s locally known as “punaw”, one of the several species of shellfish that can be found in the mudflats along the coastline of Barangays Manipis and Luca in Tanjay City, Negros Oriental, Philippines.

Well, this takes us on a slight detour, from the usual legalistic tonality that characterizes the usual rants that any poor soul can find in this particular corner of the web.  For a good reason, in the hope of serving a noble cause – saving the precious little fellows, shown in the picture above, their kind and their kin. At least, them that reside along shores of my home town, Tanjay, in the southeastern part of the Negros Island or the southwestern aspect of the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape [TSPS], in the Central Visayas Region of the Philippines. Continue reading “Something for the shellfish [A Cry For Help]”