16 Jul '18, 4am

Blog post: Living reefs of Terumbu Hantu

Sliver of Changi still lively My favourite Changi shore is still alive! Just last year, it was impacted by a 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait in Jan 2017 and... Living reefs of Terumbu Hantu This tiny submerged reef next to Pulau Hantu lies next to petrochemical plants, has been squashed by a large boat, suffered from mass coral ... Sandflies: the bane of our shores Sandflies are the beasts I most dread on the shore. I fear them even more than mosquitos. Why? Because I can't see or feel them when th... Chek Jawa is magnificent again! Chek Jawa is looking more like it used to before the devastating mass deaths in 2007 which wiped out the sponges and many other animals he... The weirdest marine creature I've seen Today I came across this bizarre little creature at Changi. It's the weirdest thing I've so far. It had a very hard body and was ...

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