LW Teo
on 28th April 2023

On 12 February 2023, Andy Chew visited Gardens by the Bay while some family members went shopping. Below is Andy Chew’s account of his encounter with a Brown Anole, Anolis […]

YC Wee
on 2nd September 2022

A house gecko. For sometime, my helpers Estela and Generose had been encountering a rubber band at various locations in the house when they were mopping the floor. They suspected […]

LW Teo
on 12th July 2022

The gallery below showcases a small sample of the fauna that the intrepid and talented nature photographer Gan Lee Hsia encountered.   She travelled through the length of the Malayan Peninsula […]

LW Teo
on 19th June 2022

Three species of flying dragons can be found in Singapore. The black-bearded flying dragon (Draco melanopogon) and five-banded flying dragon (Draco quinquefasciatus) inhabit the forest reserves while the Sumatran flying […]

LW Teo
on 4th May 2022

Family: Varanidae The lace monitor, Varanus varius, is native to Australia and found in Queensland, down to New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Their closest relative is the Komodo […]

LW Teo
on 23rd January 2022

An upside down Malayan box turtle, Cuora amboinensis, was seen righting itself.  The video below by Francis Seow-Choen shows the turtle failed on the first attempt but got it right on […]

LW Teo
on 7th January 2022

The four-lined tree frog is the commonest arboreal amphibian in South-East Asia. It is characterised by large and flattened sticky pads at the tips of the digits. This frog lays […]

YC Wee
on 6th January 2022

Correspondence between Dato’ Dr Amar-Singh, bird watcher extraordinaire and Mike HN Chong, freelance/independent naturalist. Letter by Dato’ Dr Amar-Singh, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia  “I wonder if anyone can help me with these “Quacking Calls” that […]

LW Teo
on 19th December 2021

The green iguana (Iguana iguana) is not native to South-East Asia.  Frequent sightings of the reptile in Singapore is attributed to escaped or released pets.  These lizards can come in […]

LW Teo
on 18th September 2021

Tan Ghim Pin was at Pasir Ris Park and documented an eagle bitten in the right eye by a paradise tree snake. However, the eagle was unharmed.  The snake managed […]


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