Kok Sheng is back with four of his students who are learning to guide with the Naked Hermit Crabs. This is part of his EXCEL programme at Dunman High School which hopes to expose students to real issues, and real efforts to address them by real people.
Pei Yan's blog.
mudskipper of the trip!
'triangular' snail that is only found in mangroves.
Malayan water monitor slowly checking out the shore for edible tit bits.
mullets. We also saw some small Needlefishes, and Halfbeaks.
repair work on the floating pontoon is starting. Once completed, we can go out to see more of the seagrass meadows!
jellyfishes. Jellyfish are seasonal and may be abundant, then not seen again for some time. So we were lucky to spot them.
first saw this relationship during the Northern Expedition of the Mega Marine Survey.
|Photo by Thanh Son Nguyen on facebook.|
bronzeback! Check out Kok Sheng's blog for more about the animals and plants that only he could spot.
wild boar as we didn't see them, when they were spotted just as we were leaving Chek Jawa.
an elderly woman fell following an encounter with the friendly wild boar, there is now a new sign to tell people to move calmly away from these wild animals, to avoid using flash photography and do NOT to feed the animals. If we treat wild animals with respect, we can enjoy looking at them without any people or animals coming to harm.
Raphael Lee and Jinjing of their experience. Bravo to Kok Sheng and his students!
Chek Jawa monitoring a few weeks ago. I had to miss that monitoring session due to the Northern Expedition. The equipment is going to be used for another monitoring session at Pulau Semakau when our independent low tide trips resume! I'm looking forward to fabulous trips to some of our Southern shores.
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