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  • Non-native Wildlife In Singapore

    Non-native Wildlife In Singapore

    Despite its small size, Singapore is home to a surprising variety of flora and fauna. Many of these plants and animals have small populations that are restricted to our remaining nature reserves and green spaces, making them vulnerable to a range of threats. One major threat to Singapore’s native biodiversity is what researchers term as Invasive Alien Species (IAS).

  • Preschool Educational Resources on Singapore And Its Biodiversity

    Preschool Educational Resources on Singapore And Its Biodiversity

    The National Parks Board’s (NParks) first comprehensive package of resource materials that is designed and produced specially for children aged between 5 and 6 years old offers endless opportunities for children to observe, explore, express and collaborate.

  • Biodiversity Sanctuaries In The Sky

    Biodiversity Sanctuaries In The Sky

    Did you know that in addition to our country’s lush tree-lined streets, we also have greenery above ground equivalent to that of 54 football fields? In fact, with more and more buildings greening up their roofs and facades, we can expect that figure to increase for years to come!

  • Sea Creatures Of The Johor Strait

    Sea Creatures Of The Johor Strait

    The first marine expedition in Singapore kicked off in October 2012 to survey the marine life of the Johor Strait. Read on to discover the interesting species identified by our volunteers and researchers.

  • Science Comes Alive at Bukit View Secondary School

    Science Comes Alive at Bukit View Secondary School

    Science is often seen as a boring and difficult subject to conquer. Bukit View Secondary School (BVSS) has aimed to change that view by organising the ‘Ecologic Trail @ BVSS’, a science-focused learning journey in their school grounds. On 28 May this year, the Trail was conducted for 36 Keming Primary School pupils by 20 BVSS students who became guides and facilitators.