It's the Eve of the Eve of the Lunar New Year, but this didn't deter volunteers from making time for another mudflat survey!
Thus in good spirits, we head down to a nice sandy stretch in front of Sungei Cina which lies next to the Causeway. The tall buildings are those in Johor across the Straits.
wild otters in Singapore, which are quite commonly seen in many of our mangroves and shores. If you spot an otter, please share it with Otter Watch.
The more we know about our shores, the better we can understand how to protect them and the awesome animals that live there!
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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.