Living Shores of Singapore

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Created by Mr. Ron Yeo Keng Hui, this seashore workbook is developed as part of Project Semakau to educate students on the seashore ecosystem in Singapore.

Project Semakau is a joint community involvement and conservation project between the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, National University of Singapore, and HSBC in Singapore. Driven by volunteer-based research, this project seeks to collect data on the biodiversity of Pulau Semakau so as to realise and enhance the island’s value as a nature education and conservation site. Field work on the island is supported by National Environmental Agency. This project also seeks to raise public awareness and appreciation of the rich biodiversity of the island.

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