21 Apr (Sat): Talk on "Human-Monkey Conflict in Singapore"

Many Singaporeans have forgotten that land-scarce Singapore must be shared with our wildlife. Learn about the long-tail macaques of Singapore and the problems they encounter due to human intervention from loss of habitat and behavioural changes due to feeding. It will give an insight to the natural life of monkeys, their eating habits, common behaviours and facial expressions. Through this talk, obtain a basic understanding of these fascinating animals and how to react when they are met the wild so that humans and monkeys may find an equilibrium living in this country.

More about the speaker: Raem is a manager in the Parks Division in National Parks Board. His job includes taking care of nature parks in Singapore and educating the public on being responsible park visitors.

This is Part 2 of the Biodiversity Series talks.

This talk is free and registration is not required.

Time: 3-4 pm
Venue: Yishun Public Library
Website: http://nparks.gov.sg/
Contact: Ms Zheng Jiahui at zheng_jiahui@nparks.gov.sg

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