What kind of fish are caught in Manila Bay?

Judging Manila Bay from its Roxas Boulevard shoreline -- with its stinky smell and tons of garbage washed up to the shore -- one might think that it’s dead. However, experts tell us otherwise, Manila Bay still supports marine life. According to Greenpeace data, hasa-hasa, bisugo, bagaong and lapad still abound in the bay. Other catch include banak or talilong, kalaso, sapsap, asohos, kabasi and others like squid and crab. As proof to this is this local fisherman selling his catch along Roxas Boulevard in Manila. (PNA photo by Joey O. Razon)