From the Straits Times. Click on image for larger view.
More than 1,000 mangrove trees on Pulau Tekong's north-eastern coastline are at risk from serious erosion due to boat traffic.
The erosion has affected 3km of north-eastern shore, posing a threat to the 92 hectares of mangroves in Pulau Tekong which is one of the largest remaining mangrove areas in Singapore with a mature and undisturbed habitat.
NParks is embarking on a brave and ambitious project to naturally stop erosion and restore these mangroves.
Read more about this on the wild shores of singapore blog.
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