Bohol, Philippines


Published on

PPS: 4.54 MB
Music: Bohol Hymn

Published in: Travel, Business
1 Comment
No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Bohol, Philippines

  1. 1. PowerPoint Show by Emerito Piano music: Bohol Hymn
  2. 2. Chocolate Hills Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines The Chocolate Hills is an unusual geological formation in Bohol, Philippines. It is composed of around 1,268 perfectly coneshaped hills of about the same size, spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometres (20 sq mi). They are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, hence the name.
  3. 3. Up for the view deck on Chocolate Hills
  4. 4. Path to Sagbayan Peak's viewdeck, for a closer look at the Chocolate Hills of Bohol.
  5. 5. Chocolate Hills spread through Carmen, Sagbayan, Batuan.
  6. 6. Talibon, Bohol
  7. 7. Sagbayan Peak view of Chocolate Hills
  8. 8. The Philippine Tarsier is seen in the natural habitat in Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines. The Philippine Tarsier is a tiny animal, measuring about 4 to 6 inches (10.16 to 15.24 cm) in height. The small size makes it difficult to spot. The average mass for males is around 134 grams, and for females, around 117 grams. The average adult is about the size of a human fist and will fit very comfortably in the human hand..Like all tarsiers, the Philippine Tarsier's eyes are fixed in its skull; they cannot turn in their sockets. Instead, a special adaptation in the neck allows its round head to be rotated 180 degrees. The large membranous ears are mobile, appearing to be almost constantly moving, allowing the tarsier to hear any movement. It has uniquely large eyes (disproportionate to its head and body), which are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest eyes on any mammal. These huge eyes provide this nocturnal animal with excellent night vision. .
  9. 9. The Philippine Tarsier has thick and silky fur which is colored gray to dark brown. The thin tail, usually used for balance, is naked or bald except for a tuft of hair at the end, and is about twice the body length. Its elongated "tarsus," or ankle bone, which gives the tarsier its name, allows it to jump at least three meters from tree to tree without having to touch the ground. Its long digits are tipped with rounded pads that allow to cling easily to trees and to grip almost any surface. The thumb is not truly opposable, but the first toe is. All of the digits have flattened nails, except for the second and third toes, which have sharp claws specialized for grooming.
  10. 10. The Loboc River is a river in Bohol Island, Philippines. The winding river plays host to cruises on board of small bancas or floating restaurants.
  11. 11. Loboc River
  12. 12. Floating Restaurant
  13. 13. Loboc River Cruise
  14. 14. Loboc River Cruise
  15. 15. View on River Cruise
  16. 16. Floating Rondalla
  17. 17. Loboc River
  18. 18. Magaso Falls, Bohol, Philippines
  19. 19. Hanging Bamboo Foot Bridge, Sevilla, Bohol
  20. 20. Panglao Beach, Bohol, Philippines
  21. 21. Hinagdanan Cave is a cave on Panglao Island, Bohol. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites.
  22. 22. Entrance to Hinagdanan Cave
  23. 23. Hinagdanan Cave
  24. 24. Hinagdanan Cave
  25. 25. Hinagdanan Cave
  26. 26. Old Baclayon Church, Bohol
  27. 27. Old House, Bohol
  28. 28. Ancestral House, Bohol
  29. 29. 23.10.2013 06:36:05 The End (Click to exit)