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Water Forms in the Philippines?

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There are several water forms in the Philippines. It is an archipelago and is surrounded by the South China Sea, the Celebes Sea, and the Pacific Ocean. The Philippines also has rivers. The country is also home to lakes, such as the Laguna Lake.
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