Making a splash at the Mermaid Academy

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Filipino students practice during a lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA) was created in 2012 in Boracay by Normeth Preglo of The Philippines and US swimming instructor Djuna Rocha. The swimming lessons were brought to Manila in April 2013. The price for a two-hour class is 37 US dollars.Dennis M. Sabangan / EPA / EPA
A Filipino girl practices with US mermaid swimming instructor Djuna Rocha (back) during a lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines, on June 8, 2013.Dennis M. Sabangan / EPA / EPA
epa03782466 (02/15) Filipino students practice during a mermaid swimming lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines, 15 June 2013. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA) was created in 2012 in Boracay by Normeth Preglo of The Philippines and US swimming instructor Djuna Rocha. The swimming lessons were brought to Manila in April 2013. The price for a two-hour class is 37 US dollars. EPA/DENNIS M. SABANGAN PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa03782464) FOR FULL FEATURE TEXTDennis M. Sabangan / EPA / EPA
Filipino students practice during a lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA) was created in 2012 in Boracay by Normeth Preglo of The Philippines and US swimming instructor Djuna Rocha. The swimming lessons were brought to Manila in April 2013. The price for a two-hour class is 37 US dollars.Dennis M. Sabangan / EPA / EPA

From the European Press Agency: Filipino students practice during a lesson by the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy in a private swimming pool in Makati, Manila, Philippines. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA) was created in 2012 in Boracay by Normeth Preglo of The Philippines and US swimming instructor Djuna Rocha. The swimming lessons were brought to Manila in April 2013. The price for a two-hour class is 37 US dollars.