Singapore Got Wildlife, Meh?





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Published on Aug 9, 2012

Hi everyone, I gave a short talk about the making of this documentary for the TEDxYale Student Speaker Competition and I hope to do so again next year at the TEDxYale conference. In order for that to happen, though, I need your votes, so please vote for me here at this link: http://tedxyale.com/2013#5

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A community project based on the contributions of Singapore's naturalist community, this documentary explores a simple question that Singaporeans often ask - "Singapore got wildlife, meh?" and sheds some light on the amazing animals found in Singapore, from the elusive common palm civet to the elegant blue-spotted fantail ray.

This is also Singapore's first ever crowd-sourced nature documentary, bringing together the photos and video footage volunteered by nature enthusiasts from all over Singapore to tell the story of Singapore's surprisingly rich natural heritage.


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