The mysterious mounds made by mudlobsters are 'condos' riddled with crab holes and full of Tree-climbing crabs!
Cotton-stainer bugs usually found on Sea hibiscus.
Giant mudskippers everywhere! There are two in this photo, can you spot them?
|Photo by Kelvin Ang|
introduced alien species can disturb our native wildlife and affect our natural ecosystems. This is why we should NOT release our unwanted pets into our nature places.
Malayan water monitor lizard swimming in the water. Alas, it ducked into a burrow before we could show it to the rest.
Halfbeaks and Archerfishes!
his blog. I also missed the Dog-faced watersnake that all the kids saw near the jetty. But on the way back after the trip, Ivan spots this Dog-faced water snake in a burrow!
our last rainy trip.
After the walk, we have great fun drawing what we saw. Pei Yan gets all the kids sorted out for the drawing session.
Thanks to the 40 mums, dads and kids and friends who came for our walk! And special thanks to Pei Yan, Sankar and Ivan for guiding.
Come join us for our next evening walk at Pasir Ris mangroves on 28 Apr (Sat) at 5pm. More details!
Posts by others about this trip
- Amazing dad Kelvin Ang shares what the Cheekiemonkies saw. See also the family's other mad adventures.