Are the seagrasses at Changi's best meadows being buried by seashore works? Has new sand had been laid on the shore?
Further inland were piles of sand and granite chips.
Changi Beach Park when I checked online. So it's a big mystery to me.
from another part of Changi to catch up with the team from the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research working on this shore. It seems the dugongs still come to feed on the seagrasses here! There were several feeding trails but I only managed this shot after the sun rose and before the tide came in.
Bailer snails (Melo melo) found here! There were three of them. Wow.
Peachia anemone (Peachia sp.). Hope this helps Nicholas sort out the identity of these animals.
But the shore is rather quiet and the seagrasses a lot less lush. We already noticed this on our trip here two days ago. I couldn't manage a daylight shot of the shore today as the tide had turned. This is what the seagrasses here looked like in May 2012.