A large team of volunteers headed out today for another muddy Survey!
As we head to our start point I realise that not only have the railway tracks been removed, the gravel has been removed too!
an earlier survey.
Dog-faced watersnake, a small one. Jason is taking a photo of it. Earlier on, another pair of volunteers also found another small snake of the same kind.
mangrove flatworms, many bivalves, some snails, many crabs of all kinds, and lots of fishes including a Blue-spotted mudskipper found by Elizabeth and Kavita.
little yellow horseshoe crab eggs that we saw here on our last survey!
MORE about today's exciting trip!
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