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Congratulations to Mr Steven Tor who bagged the top prize with his shot of a jumping otter reaching out to catch a crab at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve! The top prize for the student category went to 20-year-old Pan Ken Nie from Lasalle College of the Arts for his winning picture of a Long-tailed Shrike. Ten other winners received the Merit Prizes.
But the big winner is Singapore's biodiversity! Winning and other entries will be featured in an exhibition that allow more to know and care about the rich variety of animals and plants in Singapore.
The exhibition features 55 print photographs and a slide show of another 100 photographs. The slide show will be featured in a specially constructed darkroom, where public can view mammals, insects, marine life and birds amidst nature sounds, right in the heart of Singapore's busiest shopping street. They were selected from 2,200 entries.
The exhibition located outside Mandarin Gallery. Covering over 360 square metres in area, it is the one of the largest nature photo exhibition organised in downtown Orchard. The exhibition is open from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily for four weeks, till 20 June 2010. It will subsequently rove to the World Cities Summit at the Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre (28 June to 1 July) as well as to parks in Singapore.
- International Biodiversity Day! from Psychedelic Nature.
- Cyrene Reef at Orchard Road! from Cyrene Reef Exposed!
- Singapore marks International Day for Biological Diversity Satish Cheney Channel NewsAsia 22 May 10;