Crustaceans are Singapore's favourite animals! Think Chilli Crab and Sambal Prawns! Find out MORE about them at this zoom talk by the National Library.
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About the Programme
Crustaceans are commonly known as insects of the sea. It is one of the most diverse group of animals, that can be found in the terrestrial and aquatic environments. The diversity of these animals is due to various modification of their appendages, allowing the study of homology, adaptations and evolution. Get ready to be introduced to the basic anatomy and morphology, as well as the great diversity of crustaceans in Singapore and the region.
About the Exhibition: Human x Nature
To find out more about Singapore’s biodiversity heritage and how our past has shaped our approach to nature today, visit “Human x Nature: Environmental Histories of Singapore” exhibition at the National Library Building. Exhibition runs until 26 Sep 2021 and opens daily from 10am to 9pm. Visit www.go.gov.sg/hxn to learn more about the exhibition and www.go.gov.sg/hxnprogs for the full programmes listing.
This talk is part of the “Human x Nature: Environmental Histories of Singapore” which ends 26 Sep. Go visit now before it's gone. Or join their upcoming tours, including virtual tours.