It was a lovely windy afternoon at Changi and many were enjoying the beach.
|Fish A: Pompano, farmed|
|Fish B: Pompano, farmed|
|Fish C: Grouper, farmed|
|Fish D: Grouper|
|Fish E: Mullet|
|Fish F: I'm not quite sure what it is.|
|Fish G: Eeltail catfish, wild|
palm oil waste leaking stuff that doesn't look pleasant.
Apr 2015 is now nicely vegetated.
Sea almond, Common derris and the gorgeous golden blooms of Kuku tupai.
[Update 7 Dec: a regular beach walker who wishes to be known as "Pasir Ris Beach Watch" spotted these fishes this morning. As well as lots of palm oil waste.
|Fishes H: Sea catfishes, wild|
|Fish I: Unknown fish|
|Fish J: Some sort of burrowing eel or eel-like fish, wild|
|Fish K: 'Tamban'? with little balls of palm oil waste|
|Closer look at palm oil waste on the tideline.|
I do hope the small signs of dead fishes are not the beginning of another mass fish death. But it's good to keep an eye on the situation.
You CAN make a difference: Dead Fish Alert!
Please help me monitor dead fishes washing up on the Johor Straits. Please let me know if you see large numbers (more than 20) especially of large dead fishes (more than 20cm long) washing up on the northern shores such as Pulau Ubin, Lim Chu Kang, Sungei Buloh, Kranji, Sembawang, Punggol, Pasir Ris, Changi.