Venomous sea creatures
These creatures’ defense mechanisms can cause inconvenience or even death
With over a million species living in the rainforests of the sea around the world, every peek into the teeming life below is an awe-inspiring experience. The Philippines has an estimated 26,000 square kilometers of coral reef, making our waters the perfect destination for snorkeling, diving, and even researching marine life.
But whether you’re leisurely snorkeling in the shallows or diving deep into the cliffs and valleys of the sea, here’s a quick guide on what to avoid and what to do when encountered with some of the most venomous sea creatures.