What is the legend of region 8 in the Philippines?

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What is the definition of Philippine legend?

Philippine legend is a traditional story that describes the origin  of things and the world. This also explains the supernatural  events, mysteries and cultural tradition.
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What are the natural resources of region 8 in the Philippines?

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