Singapore GOT sharks! Bamboosharks in Singapore are classified as “Near Threatened” with concern that fishing pressure and habitat degradation may push them towards Vulnerable status. Basic information on the biology of these small sharks is lacking.
Dr Neil Hutchinson's effort. "The data you provide will be used to develop future studies using acoustic tracking to examine movement patterns and habitat use in sharks around Singapore."
Here's more about Singapore's bamboo sharks...
24 March 2017
19 March 2017
This Saturday, I will share about Singapore's shores and how our photos can make a difference for them! The talk is free, please come!
Today, I received copies of the lovely Marine Picto Life guide to western tropical pacific marine life! I'm constantly amazed how my humble photos can be useful to marine conservation.
|The amazing seagrass meadows and reefs of Cyrene|
in the world's busiest port: YES! Singapore got marine life!
An awesome day out at Chek Jawa with families during the school holidays! For the free monthly walk by the Naked Hermit Crabs.
15 March 2017
13 March 2017
Two months after the 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait, there is still oil and sheen on seagrass meadows in the bay at Changi Creek. The seagrasses here are still bleaching.
You CAN make a difference for marine biodiversity in Singapore!
Register to volunteer with the Sisters' Islands Marine Park as a guide, diver or citizen scientist. Places are limited. Sign up now!
|Join the enthusiastic volunteers of the Marine Park!|