Coastal rangers of the Manila Baywalk find a sea hare (inset, left) and its eggs (inset, center) also called ‘pansit-pansitan’, and a file snake (inset, right), commonly called ‘malabasahan’ along the shore of the Dolomite Beach in Roxas Boulevard, Manila during a cleanup activity on February 18, 2022. Sea hares (Dolabella sp.) feed on algae, and its eggs are eaten raw or cooked as a delicacy in some areas in the Philippines. The file snake (Acrochordus granulatus), is a non-venomous species which feeds mainly on fish. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources aims to bring back the water quality of Manila Bay to the acceptable level for Class SB waters with the ongoing Manila Bay rehabilitation. ###