|Marine biologist Jani Thuaibah of NUS Biological Sciences' Marine Lab and Blue Water Volunteers is blogging at the Blue Tempeh.
She has already provide one of the most comprehensive (and enthusiastic) accounts of a site cleanup of the International Coastal Coastal Cleanup SIngapore 2004.
Her blog relates the experience of the Blue Water Volunteers (SIF YEP alumni) and their haul of 1.6 tonnes from what has been their third year at the Chek Jawa mangroves.
The photo on top is from one her first accounts of a dive at Pulau Tekukor, located in between St. John's and Sentosa islands.
The photo below is of a serpulid worm that Jani is, erm, commenting about, in trademark enthusiasm. You can't help but get affected by her expression and it can liven up a dreary late night at the office.
She has just embarked on an introduction to corals, so do bookmark this latest addition to natural history blogs in Singapore.
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