15 Jul '11, 1am

Beautiful! Wild Shores of Singapore: Colourful Changi

Beautiful! Wild Shores of Singapore: Colourful Changi

This psychedelic sea cucumber is sometimes seen on Changi! Like many other colourful marine creatures, bright clashing patterns warn of its toxic nature. It's not a good idea to keep the Sea apple sea cucumber (Pseudocolochirus violaceus ) in an aquarium as it might kill everything in it. We also saw Baler snails! And other colourful creatures. Changi is particularly rich in echinoderms. Today seems to be Sea Cucumber Day! There were lots and lots of Thorny sea cucumbers (Colochirus quadrangularis ) as usual. I came across this odd situation with pairs of Thorny and the less common Warty pink sea cucumbers (Cercodemas anceps ). Other sea cucumbers seen included a few Beige sea cucumbers and many Purple sea cucumbers . Also many Orange sea cucumbers . All still awaiting identification. I also saw many buried ball sea cucumbers (Phyllophorus sp.). I only saw a few Black sea ...

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