5 Sep (Fri): Talk on "Upclose with the Intriguing Horseshoe Crabs of Singapore"


Open to the Public

Horseshoe crabs are some of the last remaining living fossils on earth. Unknown to many, we have a thriving population of mangrove horseshoe crabs residing right here in Singapore. Unfortunately, the global population is declining and in need of protection. In this talk, Kerry Pereira will introduce this little-appreciated organism and highlight its importance to the environment. He will elaborate on NSS’ work in conserving the horseshoe crab and show how you can make a difference in this effort.

Time: 7-8pm
Venue: Library@Esplanade
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036. 

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