What a weekend 13 and 14 July was! The Museum and RMBR Toddycats came out in full force to participate in the second Festival of Biodiversity, organised by the National Parks Board in conjunction with the Biodiversity Roundtable. Having organised … Continue reading
We’ve been talking about it for a long time and it is finally here! RMBR will close from the April 1 and as a final thank you gesture, we’d like to invite everyone to join us for a Last Hurrah! … Continue reading
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In collaboration with the National Heritage Board’s Children Season and to commemorate International Museum day, the Raffles Museum held an Open House last Saturday. It is to be our last public event at the museum until the completion of the … Continue reading
The past weekend has been a busy one for us at the museum! We held a very successful Open House, visited by more then 700 people, and were featured in both the English and Chinese Press when we finally unveiled … Continue reading
Ria Tan, RMBR’s honorary museum associate and founder of WildSingapore took time to check out our Open House last Friday and ever so efficiently featured us in her blog on Saturday! Thanks Ria, we couldn’t have done a better job ourselves. … Continue reading
Bats are often misunderstood creatures, no thanks to the media and Count Blood himself. They are in fact beneficial to humans in several ways. For example, they prey on insects which could be pest; they help to pollinate fruit trees … Continue reading
Fauna of China (1 August 2008 ) China is a vast country which covers several climatic zones, and is endowed with many habitat types. She has more than 530 species of mammals, of which over 100 are endemic to the … Continue reading