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Nature Notes from Singapore

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  • Last updated on Apr 24, 2014
Bukit Timah National Park is a tropical rain forest in the heart of Singapore with an ecosystem largely intact. This is what Singapore must have looked like in the past.
Large water basins, hosting many plant species and numerous bird types, surround the park.
Within a stones throw from Bukit Timah we find Sungei Buloh nature reserve. The area consists of salt meadows, mangrove forests, ponds and pastures. Mudskippers, crabs, shellfish, water snakes, spiders, lizards and birds. It is an important stepping-stone for migratory birds, which use it as a place of rest during their migrations.
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Bukit Timah National Park is a tropical rain forest in the heart of Singapore with an ecosystem largely intact. This is what Singapore must have looked like in the past.
Large water basins, hosting many plant species and numerous bird types, surr...
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