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Luzon, Philippines - National Geographic Travel Daily Photo

Waterfalls cascade into a picture-perfect pool in Laguna, a province on Luzon Island in the Philippines. Luzon is the country’s largest island—and the fourth most populous island in the world. Photograph by Per-Andre Hoffmann, Aurora, January 14, 2015

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Muslims comprise just 5% of the population in the Philippines but are behind virtually all the terrorism there. MUSLIM CULTURE!

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from BuzzFeed

15 Breathtaking Places To Go Soul-Searching In The Philippines

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 11 April 2011

༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺ The Philippine Eagle (Pithecopaga Jefferyi) is the world's largest eagle by body length. It's also one of the most exotically stunning! Unfortunately, it has been labeled as one of the most Critically Endangered (IUCN Red List) eagle species, w| an estimated population of less than 250 individuals. ༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺

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Most people, including doctors, have never seen a natural foot, unaltered by footwear. The following images of habitually bare feet are taken from a study performed almost 100 years ago, published 1905 in the American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, which examined the feet of native barefoot populations in the Philippines and Central Africa. The little toes spread naturally and fan out to provide a wide, stable base for walking or standing.

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Friends of NASA: Tondo, Manila, Philippines | Earth | Satellite Tondo is one of the most densely populated areas of the world with 72,000+ inhabitants per square kilometer. Located in the northwest portion of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, the district is primarily residential and contains many of the city’s slums. 14.617°N 120.967°E 10/28/2014 https://plus.google.com/u/0/

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Donsol - Located in the province of Sorsogon, a place of pristine beaches, stunning waterfalls and unexplored caves, the sleepy fishing village of Donsol is the place in the Philippines to see whale sharks.

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