Justin Martin T. Mateo<br />Puerto Galera<br />
Where???<br />-northwesternmost municipality in the province of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines<br />-July to October is con...
Wonders oh wonders<br />Clownfish<br />-Amphiprionocellaris<br />-live at the bottom of the sea in sheltered reefs or in s...
Starfish<br />-Asteroidea<br />-2,000 living species of starfish that occur in all the world's oceans<br />-Most starfish ...
Let's go GREEN<br />Coconut Tree<br />-Cocosnucifera<br />-considered as Tree of Life<br />-The coconut palm thrives on sa...
Corals<br />-Dendrogyracylindricus<br />-there are thousands kinds of corals<br />-can catch small fish and animals such a...
Tourism is BiomeThere will be no tourism when there is no Biome. Big percentage of tourism in the world is the attractions...
Moi! in Puerto…<br />
http://www.puertogaleraboard.com/climate.php<br />http://en.wikipedia.com/<br />
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  1. 1. Justin Martin T. Mateo<br />Puerto Galera<br />
  2. 2. Where???<br />-northwesternmost municipality in the province of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines<br />-July to October is considered an off season for Puerto Galera visitors. Since the weather can be cloudy and stormy<br />-Puerto Galera is basically set forth with lots of mountainous areas combined with streams of water and pocket beaches<br />-a tropical climate, which is humid for the most part with frequent to occasional rain showers<br />-November to June presents a pleasant climate<br />
  3. 3. Wonders oh wonders<br />Clownfish<br />-Amphiprionocellaris<br />-live at the bottom of the sea in sheltered reefs or in shallow lagoons<br />-usually in pairs<br />-eat lgae, crustaceans, molluscs<br />-has a color orange and white stripes<br />Seahorse<br />-Hippocampus sp.<br />-they are bony fish, they do not have scales<br />-feed on small crustaceans floating in the water or crawling on the bottom<br />-The male seahorse is equipped with a brood pouch on the ventral, or front-facing, side<br />
  4. 4. Starfish<br />-Asteroidea<br />-2,000 living species of starfish that occur in all the world's oceans<br />-Most starfish typically have five rays or arms, which radiate from a central disk<br />-eating mollusks such as clams, oysters, some snails<br />
  5. 5. Let's go GREEN<br />Coconut Tree<br />-Cocosnucifera<br />-considered as Tree of Life<br />-The coconut palm thrives on sandy soils and is highly tolerant of salinity<br />-Coconut trees are very hard to establish in dry climates<br />Mangrove<br />-grow in saline coastal sediment habitats<br />-the roots of the mangrove is somehow exposed on top of waters<br />-there are 110 mangrove species<br />
  6. 6. Corals<br />-Dendrogyracylindricus<br />-there are thousands kinds of corals<br />-can catch small fish and animals such as plankton using stinging cells on their tentacles<br />-textures and sizes differ in a big way<br />
  7. 7. Tourism is BiomeThere will be no tourism when there is no Biome. Big percentage of tourism in the world is the attractions of the world. Havong Biome, means having tourists inside the country thus having income. It is not only economical, biome gives beauty to the country giving inspiration for the locals to take care of it.Biome is ALWAYS a big part. I, being a Tourism major, biome will be part of my work. Yes, there will be man-made structures to provide touris but the best catch when it comes to tourism is nature; nature itself is Biome, therefore it is TOURISM.<br />
  8. 8. Moi! in Puerto…<br />
  9. 9. http://www.puertogaleraboard.com/climate.php<br />http://en.wikipedia.com/<br />

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