species conservation in Singapore
It’s that time of the year again! The 6th Festival of Biodiversity will be held at Serangoon NEX, B2 Event Plaza from 10.30am to 10.30pm.
The Pangolin Story will be at the Festival of Biodiversity again this year, we have also partnered officially with the Temasek Polytechnic Green Interest Group (TPGIG) to help us with our pangolin awareness activities. They’ve been volunteering with us since our first Festival of Biodiversity event in 2014, and we’re really happy to continue working with them.
This year, our newest pangolin team member will be joining us. We still don’t have a name for her so there’ll be a naming contest, and prizes to be won, so come by our booth and say hi!
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12000 readers of the Straits Times voted for the otter to be one of the 51 objects representing aspects of Singapore’s history. Having smooth coated otters roam the urban jungles of Singapore is pretty exciting and they seem to be bringing Singaporeans a little closer to loving the wildlife we have!
Enjoy this music video made by 4 otter enthusiasts in celebration of Singapore’s 51st National Day this past 9 Aug: