Heng Pei Yan saw dolphins on 21 May 2017 during a dive survey at Sisters' Islands Marine Park during a Bioblitz by volunteer divers! Her video was featured in Mothership!
Lots of lucky people also saw a family of dolphins with a baby leaping out of the water on 29 May off St. John's Island. We also saw lots of dugong feeding trails at Changi during our May survey at low spring tide.
Dolphins seen off St John's Island on 29 May 2017!
More video clips of this sighting by Rene Ong.
Singapore got wild dugongs too!
Dugongs eat seagrasses (and hence sometimes also called sea cows). They leave a typical trail when feeding in a seagrass meadow. A band of bare sand of equal width, somewhat meandering. There were many such trails visible during our very low tide survey of Changi on 30 May.
300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait in January.
Chek Jawa in Oct 2013 during a Naked Hermit Crab walk for families there.
Singapore's waters are alive!
More about our wild dolphins and dugongs on the wild fact sheets.
You CAN make a difference for our shores!
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