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RE: shark attack in philippine waters?????« on: March 21 2013 01:03:00 »
I hav swim in the phillipines for 3 yers and never have eney problems. But the filipino women can be like a shark when thay get angry. I now coz IM maried to one. LOL
RE: shark attack in philippine waters?????« Reply #1 on: May 06 2013 10:05:00 »
It depends which species lurk in the area, right? For example, if you're going by ship to Surigao/Siargao you would pass by a part in Maasin notorious for shark attacks (White ones not sure if there are but I'm 100% sure there's Tiger) but Cloud 9 Siargao is way too far & luckily enclosed and sprawled by long reefs (although it openly faces the Pacific) so the shark types you might see on the local market are the non-attacking ones like Thresher, Whale (nowadays never, last I saw in the area was 17 years ago), Hammerhead.
What I'm saying is for sure Siargao, no, but the rest of the spots I can't be too sure.
RE: shark attack in philippine waters?????« Reply #2 on: May 06 2013 10:05:00 »
Hmm but yeah in Siargao though more portuguese men of war float at times when westerly winds are blowing (June - October) and occasionally the rest of the year