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Looking for the freshwater goby


Cebu  fish  no longer found in Naga river; candidate for extinct species Small fish  that used to thrive in clean rivers of  the City of Naga in south Cebu are feared to have become extinct, conservation advocates said. The Sicyopus cebuensis, a freshwater goby endemic to the Naga River Basin, is being considered for inclusion […]

Posted: December 18th, 2015 in Environment | Read More »