He also has an encounter with fishermen catching gigantic fishes such as tuna.Araullo once caught global admiration for his life-threatening coverage of the catastrophic onslaught of typhoon Yolanda in 2013.
The discovery of a fossilised upper jaw of a rhino in Fort Bonifacio in 1965 is evidence that endemic rhinoceroses once roamed the Philippines.
Due to the lack of a complete skeleton, little is known about , other than that it lived during the Pleistocene era (2.588 million – 11,700 years ago) and that it was essentially the larger version of its modern cousin, the Sumatran rhino.
Having signed off from being a beat reporter, he now focuses on other platforms of media work such as producing quality documentaries with the Kapuso network.
Apart from his “Philippine Seas” project, Araullo is the fifth host of the award-winning Kapuso documentary program”I-Witness.” He has also once delved into acting in the movie “Citizen Jake.” /ra RELATED STORY: Atom Araullo officially back at GMA, to do documentaries Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70 titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media.
Judging from fossils accidentally found on a hillside in Cebu, is estimated to be only 2.5 feet tall at shoulder height and weighed only 350 lbs.
Scientists say its discovery is significant because it offered an insight into island dwarfism—an evolutionary phenomenon wherein animals become smaller over time in order to adapt to confined locations with meager resources.
Kintanar, former chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines' Western Command in Palawan, replaced Lt. Edgar Fallorina as PAF commanding general, becoming its 35th chief.
President Rodrigo Duterte was present during the PAF’s change of command ceremony at the Clark Air Base in Pampanga.
In his speech, Duterte congratulated Fallorina for improving the services of PAF, which played a significant role in ending the Marawi crisis by sending its air assets and 400 of its troops to the besieged city.
“We recognize the valor and the sacrifices of the PAF personnel who were killed and wounded in action, particularly the casualties caused by the conflict in Marawi City.
This population gradually became extinct due to a combination of diminished prey, loss of habitat, and possible overhunting by our ancestors.