|Location||Zamboanga Peninsula, Mindanao Island, Philippines|
|Part of||Moro Gulf|
The bay supports one of Philippines' richest fish population. It is estimated to supply fish for the 330,000 Sibugaynons inhabiting the area. However, the introduction of new fishing gears, the use of dynamite and the rapid destruction of mangroves have all contributed to a drastic decline in the bay's fish population. The quantity of fish caught by an individual fisherman had dropped ten times below the former quantity.
- Illana Bay — also of Moro Gulf
- "Sustaining the Mangrove Rehabilitation Initiatives and Livelihood in Sibuguey Bay". Xavier Science Foundation, Inc. Retrieved 9 January 2013.
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