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25 viewsKAGWANG. A Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans) is spotted in Barangay Plaridel, Province of Dinagat Islands on September 19, 2016. Known in many places of Mindanao as "kagwang", it is on top of the diet of the Philippine Eagle. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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19 viewsAn Australian pelican looks for food in the waters off General Santos City. Bird experts say this was the first time this kind of bird was spotted in the Philippines. Photo taken 12 September 2016. MindaNews photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera
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23 viewsAn Australian pelican flies above the waters off General Santos City looking for food. Bird experts say this was the first time this kind of bird was spotted in the Philippines. Photo taken 12 September 2016. MindaNews photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera
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16 viewsNO TO LARGE SCALE MINING. Rallyists stage a picket outside the regional office of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau in Surigao City Thursday (25 August 2016) reiterating calls to stop large scale mining operations in the Caraga Region. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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21 viewsNO TO LARGE SCALE MINING. Rallyists stage a protest march Thursday (25 August 2016) in Surigao City reiterating calls to stop large scale mining operations in the Caraga Region. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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34 viewsMINING AREA EVERYDAY SCENE. This is a common scene in the mining areas during the dry months in Surigao del Norte. A giant cargo ship waits off Hinatuan Island in Taganaan town as smaller ships approach with their loads of ore. One cargo ship could carry at least 50,000 metric tons of nickel ore to be shipped out to China, Japan and other countries. This picture was taken Tuesday (9 August 2016). MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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25 viewsEroded soil caused by the operations of Wellex Mining covers a portion of the foreshore in Barangay Plaridel in Libjo town in Dinagat Province. Residents said the place used to be full of mangroves, but now silt is washed into it during rainy days. Photo taken on July 16, 2016. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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33 viewsSMARTPHONE FOR CLOUD SEEDING. Using Android phones and a simple app, a technician receives a photo of a "rain cloud" from 25 "cloud watchers" scattered all over Bukidnon province Tuesday (12 April 2016). Technicians will then deploy a plane to drop rain-inducing salt over the cloud once they are able to confirm it as a "seedable cloud." MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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27 viewsLAST MINUTE CHECK. A mechanic makes sure that everything in the engine of the Beechcraft Baron plane used in cloud seeding operations is in tiptop shape before cloud seeding oeprations at the Lumbia Airport in Cagayan de Oro City on Tuesday (12 April 2016). Planes used in cloud seeding operations are required to be on top condition since most its maneuvers often entail it to get inside the clouds to drop the salt to induce rains.  MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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14 viewsLOADING THE SALT. Technicians load bags of salt to a Beechcraft Baron plane used in cloud seeding operations in Lumbia Airport, Cagayan de Oro City on Tuesday (12 April 2016). MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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18 viewsSALT FOR RAIN. A worker prepares bags of salt to be stashed on board a Beechcraft Baron plane used in cloud seeding operations in Lumbia Airport, Cagayan de Oro City on Tuesday (12 April 2016). MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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30 viewsMT. KITANGLAD FIRE. A government agency personnel takes pictures of a Powerpoint presentation conducted by the Office of Civil Defense in Region 10 detailing the locations of the new forest fires at the 47,720-hectare Mt. Kitanglad on Tuesday (5 April 2016). MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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