The latest issue of BeMUSE Jul-Sep 11 features a story about Singapore's biodiversity!
He says: "The tiger and tapir are long gone from local jungles, but more than 50 species of mammals still
share the island with man, having adapted to life in suburban niches or dwelling in the depths of the near-impenetrable forests."
Read the latest issue of BeMUSE (pdf) for more stories and photos.
BeMUSE is a quarterly magazine which features heritage as a lifestyle.
Thanks to alerts on this issue from Marcus Ng.