30 June 2011

2-3 Jul (Sat & Sun): Biodiversity talks at the Botanic Gardens

This weekend, enjoy a wide range of talks ranging from our mangroves to wildlife in our forests, our heritage trees to leaf monkeys. And hear from the authors of the two recent publications on nature in Singapore: "Trees of the Istana" and "Wetlands in a City"!
These exciting talks are part of NPark's “Forests, People, Environment” Exhibition which runs until 24 Jul at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

24 June 2011

King-sized creatures of Singapore and more!

The King cobra is one of the animals featured among the latest articles in Nature in Singapore!
An awesome snake that eats other snakes! What do we know about our King cobras? Also articles about our Giant clams, cicada mass emergence and cicada 'rain' and more.

20 June 2011

24-25 Jun (Fri-Sat): Raffles Museum Open House - for kids!

Come for guided gallery and behind-the-scene tours, work with scientists and experience the life of a curator.
Many exciting activities such as clay-modelling, face painting, mask making, photo hunt and button making. Attractive prizes to be won!

18 June 2011

21 Jun (Tue): "The Sea Anemone Lecture" by Dr Daphne Fautin

Dr Daphne Fautin, world authority on sea anemones, is here to conduct a Sea Anemone Workshop (15-21 Jun) in conjunction with the Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey. She will be giving a public talk at the end of the Workshop.
Dr Daphne on a field trip at Terumbu Semakau to find anemones.
Come for her talk to find out what was discovered at the Workhop! Dr Daphne will speak on the "Hidden treasures of biodiversity: flowers of the marine world (sea anemones)"

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