Panaon Island

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Panaon Island is a small island in the Philippines, in the province of Southern Leyte.wikipedia
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Southern Leyte

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Panaon Island is a small island in the Philippines, in the province of Southern Leyte.
Abandoning the first bill, Congressman Nicanor Yñiguez presented House Bill No. 1318 proposing a new province of Southern Leyte comprising Third Congressional District of Leyte to include sixteen municipalities, from Maasin to Silago in the mainland, and in the Panaon Island.

Surigao Strait

Surigao
It lies south of Leyte, separated from Dinagat to the east, and Mindanao to the southeast by Surigao Strait.
It lies between northern Mindanao Island and Panaon Island, and between the Dinagat Islands and Leyte island.

Liloan, Southern Leyte

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The largest town is Liloan, which is connected by a bridge called the Wawa Bridge to the main Leyte Island.
Liloan's town center is located at the northern part of Panaon Island which is connected to the mainland of Leyte by a bridge (Wawa Bridge).

Leyte

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It lies south of Leyte, separated from Dinagat to the east, and Mindanao to the southeast by Surigao Strait.
Territorially, Southern Leyte includes the island of Panaon to its south.

Philippines

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Panaon Island is a small island in the Philippines, in the province of Southern Leyte.

Provinces of the Philippines

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Panaon Island is a small island in the Philippines, in the province of Southern Leyte.

Dinagat Island

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It lies south of Leyte, separated from Dinagat to the east, and Mindanao to the southeast by Surigao Strait.

Mindanao

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It lies south of Leyte, separated from Dinagat to the east, and Mindanao to the southeast by Surigao Strait.

Bohol Sea

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The Mindanao Sea lies to the southwest.

San Francisco, Southern Leyte

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Panaon Island is composed of the municipalities of Liloan, San Francisco, Pintuyan and San Ricardo.

Pintuyan, Southern Leyte

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Panaon Island is composed of the municipalities of Liloan, San Francisco, Pintuyan and San Ricardo.

San Ricardo, Southern Leyte

San Ricardo
Panaon Island is composed of the municipalities of Liloan, San Francisco, Pintuyan and San Ricardo.

Scuba diving

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Scuba diving and whale watching (referred to locally as Tikitiki) are popular tourist activities.

Whale watching

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Scuba diving and whale watching (referred to locally as Tikitiki) are popular tourist activities.

OpenStreetMap

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* Panaon Island at OpenStreetMap

List of butterflies of the Philippines

Butterflies
Key: Ba=Babuyanes, Bl=Balabac, Bas=Basilan, Bat=Batanes, Bg=Bogao, Bl=Bohol, Bus=Busuanga, Bng=Bongao, Ca=Camotes, Cu=Cebu, Cn=Calamian Islands, Cy=Cuyo, Dt=Dinagat, Du=Dumaran, Gu=Guimaras, Hn=Homonhon, Jl=Jolo, Le=Leyte, Lz=Luzon, Ma=Mapun, Me=Masbate, Mi=Mindanao, Mo=Mindoro, Mq=Marinduque, N=Negros, P=Philippines, Pnn=Panaon, Pn=Palawan, Pl=Polillo, Py=Panay, Sn=Sibuyan, Sar=Sarangani, Sng=Sanga-Sanga, Sb=Sibutu, So=Siargao, Sr=Samar, Si=Siasi, Sq=Siquijor, Ta=Tablas, Twi=Tawi-Tawi, Ticao=Ticao.

Sogod, Southern Leyte

Sogod
It was then a satellite territory under the domain of Seilani, which comprises the areas from Bontoc and Sogod to the island of Panaon.

Surigao City

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Eleven nautical miles across Surigao Strait separates the city from Panaon Island in the Visayas.

Sogod Bay

Panaon Island forms part of the eastern side of Sogod Bay, while Sarangani or Limasawa Island is at the mouth of the bay.

Rufous hornbill

rufous hornbill (''Buceros hydrocorax'')
It is endemic to the Philippines, where it occurs in primary, mature secondary and disturbed forests on 11 islands: Luzon and Marinduque (race hydrocorax), Samar, Leyte, Bohol, Panaon, Biliran, Calicoan and Buad (race semigaleatus), Dinagat, Siargao, Mindanao (plus Balut, Bucas and Talicud) and Basilan (race mindanensis). It is still common locally, notably in the Sierra Madre of Luzon, but continues to suffer from substantial hunting pressure and widespread loss of habitat.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Calbayog

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Samar and Leyte, two civil provinces in the Visayan group of the Philippines, which include the islands of Balicuatro, Batac, Biliran, Capul, Daram, Homonhon, Leyte, Manicani, Panaon, Samar and several smaller islands, once make up the diocese of Calbayog, now a suffragan of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Palo.

21st Infantry Regiment (United States)

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The regiment captured the northern coast of Panaon Island and the southern shore of Leyte without meeting resistance, an hour before the main landings farther to the north.

USS Bryant

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Surigao Strait — a waterway bracketed by Leyte and Panaon Islands to the north and west and by Mindanao and Dinagat Islands to the south and east — constitutes the southern approach to the gulf.

USS Manila Bay

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Manila Bay sent an eight-plane strike against ground targets on Leyte before sunrise; subsequently, these planes bombed and strafed retiring enemy ships southwest of Panaon Island.