Whale sharks’ food scarce

CEBU CITY – A fishermen’s group in a village in Oslob town, Cebu, spent nearly P2,000 a day for krill or “uyap” to be fed to whale sharks, which have been drawing tourists to this sleepy town since September of last year, a top official said.

Tan-awan barangay chairman Faustino Hudar said whale sharks feeders buy krill in nearby towns of Moalboal and Alegria, as well as in the cities of Toledo and Danao due to its scarcity in the village’s waters. Continue reading

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