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Online Workshop: Fun with Singapore Mammals

Date : 3 July 2021
Time : 10 am to 10.45 am
Speaker : Gloria Seow
Location : Hosted on Zoom by Timothy Pwee on behalf of Nature Society (Singapore)
Education Committee
Closing Date : 27 June 2021

Most of Singapore’s mammals are nocturnal, waking up at dusk to begin their day. Join Gloria Seow as she sheds light on the mammals that become active when they feel the protection of darkness, from the enigmatic Malayan Colugo that can glide up to 200 m between forest trees to the House Shrew that scurries around on its short legs in urban areas, giving off squeaks every now and then. Gloria will also share fun facts about Singapore’s diurnal mammals such as the Long-tailed Macaque, Plantain Squirrel and Wild Pig. The workshop will be followed by a Q&A segment.

All ages are welcome to join us, especially children (4 to 12 years old) and their parents. Kindly register below.

Zoom link will be emailed after the closing date. If you do not receive it in your Inbox, kindly check your junk/spam mail.

- Limited to 200 families, so please register early
- Free of charge
- Open to the public

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