The lovely mangroves that line Sungei Api Api at Pasir Ris Park is the site of our survey today!
As usual, Yen-ling of the Tropical Marine Science Institute starts us off with a briefing. Safety is important!
sea anemones growing on them!
lots of great photos of what we found today.
The mangroves lining Sungei Api Api were part of a conscious decision by NParks to re- establish the original mangrove habitat there after reclamation at Pasir Ris and works to deepen the Sungei. The experience in this experiment was not only applied to Sungei Tampines which lies nearby, but also to mangrove restoration at Pulau Semakau!
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To find out more about our common mangrove wildlife, check out the online Guide to the Mangroves of Singapore and the wildsingapore wild fact sheets.