6 Sep 2020

9 Sep (Wed): Talk on "Muddy Mudflat!"

Mudflats are important habitats for a range of mud-dwelling animals such as molluscs, worms and crustaceans. During low tides, these exposed treasures provide migratory shorebirds a crucial and rich source of food during their stopovers.
Want to know where you can find mudflats in Singapore, and what animals can be found there? Join Lester Tan from the marine conversation group of Nature Society (Singapore) on a fun learning adventure on our mudflats and its secrets!

Date: 9 Sep (Wed)
Time: 4-5pm
Registration: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/118420720563

Organised by the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum for the September school holidays.

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