We are glad 60 people turned up despite the haze in the morning. Although 120 people did sign up. One of the drawbacks of a free tour is that many people sign up but don't turn up. Over the years, we have adjusted to this behaviour. Although I still don't understand how so many people can sign up and not turn up, even if they realise by doing so they deprive others of a place.
fiddler crabs on the shore! Also other crabs, mudskippers, strange plants and lots of birds.
Marbled sea snake at the Coastal Boardwalk.
Herpetological Society of Singapore (HSS), we are advised to rescue the snake. Sean Yap bravely does the job with a stick and contributions of various bags by visitors. Thank you! While the visitors looked on from the boardwalk.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. So at least the snake did not die in vain and will contribute to science and our understanding of the wildlife around us.
|Photo by Sumita Thiagarajan on facebook.|
expected to go on until Oct 2015.
Naked Hermit Crab blog for the latest updates.