R. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Graduation, Oakland
Answered May 17, 2019
The correct answer to this question is Negros. Out of all of the islands in the Phillippines, Negros is the fourth largest. Its' land covers 5,138.87 square miles. Residents of the Negros are called Negrenses. Approximately 4,414,131 people reside in the Negros. There are many bodies of water that line the Negros, including the Bohol, Sulu, and Visayan Seas.
The land was given their name in 1565 after Spanish colonizers arrived theirs. They called it Negros after seeing the dark-skinned residents. This island is home to many tourist attractions visited every year, including waterfalls, ancestral homes, beaches, museums, and festivals.