Seringat-Kias was created by reclaiming the submerged reefs of Seringat and Kias and connecting it to the natural Lazarus Island. A causeway bridge joins these with St. John's Island. Here's more about what was done to create Seringat-Kias.
limpets and barnacles. Also periwinkle snails of all kinds.
Banded bead anemones, zoanthids and seaweeds.
Drills, Planaxis snails, Top shell snails and Turban snails.
Ox-tongue Nerite with many large pimples on the flat portion of the shell on the underside.
Scaly nerite with orange stains at the shell opening. More about telling apart Nerite snails here.
Onch slugs, which are often well camouflaged so watch your step!
zoanthids and also several Frilly sea anemones.
Spoon seagrasses which were fresh and green. This island is also next to the international shipping lane which is crowded with large vessels.
Penaga laut trees. Among the special plants I could spot was one Delek air in full bloom and fruit.
Perepat tree is also growing on the shore.
Jun 2013 when I saw the fish farm parking its equipment on the shore and stacking wood on trees on the coastal forest. I didn't see these yesterday.
Photos by others on this trip