Singaporean told us that he went all the way to Manado to photograph
the anemone shrimp that was featured in our photo. These shrimps
are quite common on our shores and easily viewed even by non-divers
during low tide.
remarked that he had only seen an octopus once in his 10 years
of diving in the region. We shared that we usually saw at least
one if not more octopuses on EVERY trip we made to the Southern
Shores. These amazing creatures can reach 1m in diameter, are
very common on our shores and often encountered even by non-divers
at low tide.
were also amazed to learn that we have "Nemos" (Clownfish
or Anemonefish) too. These are quite common, and happily frolick
among the fabulous anemones of our shores. Again, they are easily
seen at low tide by non-divers.
visitor thought seahorses were extinct in Singapore. She was
thrilled to find out that they are still common on many of our