It poured cats and dogs just as our trip was about to start!
When we arrived at Pulau Ubin, the rain had stopped and the weather was cool and fresh!
Lim Chu Kang. Its identity has yet to be figured out.
Sea lettuce seaweed! Beneath, the muddy sand is a little soft in some parts.
at Tanah Merah. How nice to finally get a closer look at it and hopefully figure out what it is.
seagrass pipefish. Also many snails, hermit crabs, some worms (but not a lot), big fat tube worms, shrimps, and a whole variety of fishes. My little underwater camera gave up the ghost at the end of the trip, so I didn't take many photos of our finds. But I'm sure Rene will soon share photos of what we found.
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Rene shares more about what happened during the field and gives a fascinating close up look at some of our finds on this trip!