Sea turtles are long-lived marine animals that live in different habitats throughout their life.Though they were once abundant in our oceans, the same is not true today.
This talk is FREE, no registration required!
From the facebook event page:
About the speaker: Rushan bin Abdul Rahman is a Field Program Coordinator at Conservation International in Singapore. He is a sea turtle ecologist who has worked in the Maldives, Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia on captive-rear-and-release programs, nursing, satellite tracking, hatchery management, and nest site selection. He hopes that his enthusiasm for nature and conservation of our natural world will inspire the youth of today to be the custodians of nature for tomorrow and will not stop until he gets there.
Venue: Palawan Amphitheatre , Palawan Beach
Date: 6 October 2018
Time: 7.00 - 8.00 PM
Admission: FREE (No registration is required)
Find out more at: https://www.sentosa.com.sg/state-specials/events/tales-of-the-sea-turtles
*In case of wet weather, we will move this event to Party Cove at Palawan Pirate Ship (limited space available)