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WHALE SHARKS
RTXIXQF
April 23, 1999
BAC03:BACON,PHILIPPINES,23APR99 - Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest...
Bacon, Philippines
BAC03:BACON,PHILIPPINES,23APR99 - Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the big.....
BAC03:BACON,PHILIPPINES,23APR99 - Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province, south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen after local government authorities tagged the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.
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WHALE SHARKS
RTXIXQE
April 23, 1999
A female Filipino diver clings to the pectoral fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale...
Bacon, Philippines
A female Filipino diver clings to the pectoral fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale.....
A female Filipino diver clings to the pectoral fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen by the local government authorities after local government authorities tag the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.
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WHALE SHARKS
RTXIXQD
April 23, 1999
Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale...
Bacon, Philippines
Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a .....
Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province, south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen by the local government authorities after local government authorities tag the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.
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PHILIPPINES WHALE SHARK
RTRODQ3
April 23, 1999
Filipino divers and fishermen raise their arms in jubilation after freeing a whale shark trapped for...
Bacon, Philippines
DIVERS RAISE THEIR ARMS IN JUBILATION AFTER FREEING A SHARK.
Filipino divers and fishermen raise their arms in jubilation after freeing a whale shark trapped for ten days inside a fish pen April 23, at the coastal town of Bacon, Sorsogon province southeast of Manila. The 27 foot whale shark swam to freedom on Friday after one dozen divers spent close to two hours leading it into an opening.

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PHILIPPINES WHALE SHARK
RTRODNX
April 23, 1999
A Filipino diver escorts to freedom a whale shark trapped for ten days inside a fish pen April 23, just...
Bacon, Philippines
A DIVER ESCORTS A WHALE SHARK TO FREEDOM IN BACON.
A Filipino diver escorts to freedom a whale shark trapped for ten days inside a fish pen April 23, just off the shores of the coastal town of Bacon, Sorsogon province southeast of Manila. The 27 foot whale shark swam to freedom on Friday after one dozen divers spent close to two hours leading it into an opening.

EDC/JIR
PHILIPPINES WHALESHARK
RTRODBX
April 23, 1999
Filipino children watch a film showing a whale shark, the biggest fish species in the world, April 23...
Bacon, Philippines
FILIPINO CHILDREN WATCH A WHALE SHARK ON TELEVISION.
Filipino children watch a film showing a whale shark, the biggest fish species in the world, April 23 during a government information campaign on the endangered fish in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province south of Manila. A whale shark was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in Bacon and was due to be released today from the pen by the local government authorities after tagging the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.

EDC/JIR
PHILIPPINES WHALESHARK
RTRODBI
April 23, 1999
BAC01:BACON,PHILIPPINES,23APR99 - Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest...
Bacon, Philippines
DIVERS EXAMINE THE DORSAL FIN OF THE WHALE SHARK IN BACON.
BAC01:BACON,PHILIPPINES,23APR99 - Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province, south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen by the local government authorities after local government authorities tag the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.

EDC/JIR
PHILIPPINES WHALESHARK
RTRODBA
April 23, 1999
Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale...
Bacon, Philippines
DIVERS EXAMINE THE DORSAL FIN OF THE WHALE SHARK IN BACON.
Filipino environmentalist divers examine the dorsal fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province, south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen after local government authorities tagged the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.

EDC/JIR/WS
PHILIPPINES WHALESHARK
RTRODB0
April 23, 1999
A female Filipino diver clings to the pectoral fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale...
Bacon, Philippines
A FILIPINO WOMAN DIVER CLINGS TO A WHALE SHARK IN BACON.
A female Filipino diver clings to the pectoral fin of the biggest fish species in the world, a whale shark (Rhincodon Typus) April 23 after it was caught in a fish pen more than one week ago in the town of Bacon in Sorsogon province south of Manila. The shark was due to be released today from the pen by the local government authorities after local government authorities tag the 27-foot long fish so they could study its habitat.

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