Here is one group up on top of the Jejawi Tower, striking a happy pose for Ria.
As usual, the kids were fantastic in spotting the animals. With their keen eyesight, they helped us spot lots of animals in the mangroves. Here is a young man who is engrossed in documenting his sighting with a digital camera.
This is the spot near the back mangroves where we always find lots of fiddler crabs. The kids learnt that the male fiddler crab has a large claw which it uses to attract the females, while the female fiddler crabs have two equal-sized claws.
The Gold-spotted mudskippers were very active today and many of the boy mudskippers were chasing each other. Many were flashing their colourful dorsal fins, probably a sign of aggression against each other.
And Charmaine from Chong Fu Primary School summed it up best.... "Thank you, I had so much fun today". Yes, and the Crabs had a great time too.