24 June 2013

Celebrating Singapore's shores!

Singapore has dugongs, sea turtles, otters! And lots of other wonderful marine life too! Find out more at the upcoming Festival of Biodiversity!
Here's the small organising team, and a sneak peek at some of the special giveaways at the Festival.


There'll be this wonderful pamphlet about Singapore's marine habitats. As well as magnets and bookmarks for those who participate in our games.
Also making a return is the ever popular marine colouring sheet by Toh Chay Hoon! From the mangroves (being 'marked' by a cute otter), to seagrass meadows (with a dugong). Rocky shores and sandy shores crawling with life, to amazing reefs with corals, dolphin, shark, 'Nemo', sea snake and more! These are all indeed found in Singapore!
Of course the Festival also features Singapore's terrestrial habitats as well. Like our awesome rainforests and freshwater habitats. Sabrina has done a great colour sheet of some of Singapore's special wild forest animals like the leafmonkey and the crab that is only found in Singapore.
Here's a poster of the Festival of Biodiversity with more details on the Festival website. Hope to see you there!
Date: 13 and 14 July 2013 (Saturday and Sunday)
Time: 10am to 10pm
Venue: VivoCity, Level 1, Central Court B and West Boulevard
Website and contact: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/festivalofbiodiversity/
Check out Ivan Kwan's post about the Festival with links to videos about Singapore's wildlife.


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