After my talk, there was a most interesting quiz on marine life!
Echinoderms. Fish are vertebrates (like you and me) with backbones. Even scientists struggle with whether to call them sea stars or starfish or other common terms, here's more on the naming issue on the awesome Echinoblog by Chris Mah, world expert on these creatures.
dies a slow and painful death.
Celebrating Singapore's Biodiversity blog.
cushion star, which is quite commonly seen in Singapore shores. In fact Singapore has a wide variety of sea stars! Some are small, others can be very large - even bigger than your face!
Bleach Watch Singapore blog.
Singapore has wild dolphins, otters, dugongs, sea turtles and more!
|One of the many posters and photos|
for free download from wildsingapore flickr
Youth for Ecology, a group of young people hoping to gather the views of people 13-25 years on "What do YOU think is important in the long run?". Join their dialogue sessions on Saturdays at the National University of Singapore, or weekdays at Jurong Library. More details on their website.
Yes, each one of us can make a difference for our shores! Simply Explore, Express and ACT!
This is my last talk before I get sucked into the maelstorm of exhausting predawn field trips, Southern Expedition and other major events that won't let up until August. I can't give any talks until later in the year. I do apologise to those who have requested for talks during this period.