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Sharks in Singapore Waters! Date October 23, 2013. During our dive at Pulau Hantu over the weekend, we were lucky to encounter a young pair of what we ...

  • Clear waters and a crib for sharks! Pulau Hantu may be small, but it's a big home to marine life! @sgblogs

    Clear Waters and a Crib for Sharks

    pulauhantu.org 21 Oct '13, 1pm

    sea slug had its solar-powered cerata all spread out to soak in the wonderful sun! This sea slug has evolved the ability to harness the sun’s energy for its own use. This is possible because the slug feeds on hydroids that contains symbiotic zooxanthellae, microscopic creatures (dinof...

    1. Sharks in Singapore Waters! pulauhantu.org 23 Oct '13, 6am
  • Blog @ Tanjong Katong Girls School

    pulauhantu.org 26 Jan '13, 4pm

    Hantu Blog @ Tanjong Katong Girls School January 25, 2013 The Hantu Blog at Tanjong Katong Girls School The Hantu Blog gave a talk to about 90 students and teachers at Tanjong Katong Girls School on Thursday. Apart from learning lots about Singapore’s marine life, students also learne...

  • Magnificent Kusu Island – an urban reef |

    pulauhantu.org 04 Feb '14, 4am

    Magnificent Kusu Island – an urban reef February 4, 2014 Hantu Blog volunteers made a visit to Kusu Island on 26 Jan to explore more of Singapore’s marine life! We had to set out at dawn to catch the best tide for the dive. We got to catch a beautiful sunrise as we departed the mainla...

  • Cuttlefish Couple

    pulauhantu.org 28 Jan '14, 3am

    A pair of reef cuttlefish in the shallow and murky waters of Singapore’s Kusu Island. These animals were in a coloration and posture that is less commonly observed. I wonder what they might have been up to. They were also really really huge. The biggest I’ve seen around here. Cuttlefi...

  • Gotta Love Muck Diving

    pulauhantu.org 25 Jan '14, 9am

    , the visibility was absolutely terrible! It was daunting for first timers, and a little stressful for the guides because we always hope for the best conditions for our first timers! Regulars however, remained super enthusiastic and still saw a lot of critters during their dive! Divin...

  • How do Marine Flatworms swim?

    pulauhantu.org 20 Jan '14, 8am

    Locomotion of the marine flatworm consists of waves of extension and contraction on either side of the body, a pattern known as ditaxic locomotion (This means its foot is divided into left and right halves. A snail, for example, uses monotaxic locomotion). The waves begin at the anter...

  • Unfazed by the haze - Hantu Bloggers return to the Singapore reefs to learn some rather worrisome news @sgblogs

    Unfazed by the haze

    pulauhantu.org 08 Jul '13, 6pm

    Divers and volunteers were stoked to be able to return to Pulau Hantu after last month’s short reprieve due to the haze from the forest fires in neighboring Sumatra, Indonesia. Water visibility was unexpectedly good compared to the previous month , which brought some relief to the few...

  • Big Sisters Island with NParks

    pulauhantu.org 12 Jan '14, 6pm

    was invited to join NParks for a survey dive at Big Sisters Island this week! We’re always thrilled to check out the other islands especially since we are so focused on diving at Pulau Hantu ! It’s good to see what else is out there for us to find, and to learn what’s special about ea...


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