Vol 8 No 3 Jul-Sep 00
Flabellina sp. in the
waters off Pulau Hantu
Photo by David Wong
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Official Magazine of the Nature Society (Singapore)
the Seas The wonders of the seas of Singapore and their myriad
underwater creatures are unravelled in this fascinating account of marine
life. By Chua Sek Chuan, with a portfolio of
fabulous nudibranchs by David
Irian JayaParadise for Birds The birds of paradise have to be seen to be believed. Their impossibly long and colourful plumes give the enchanting birds a mystical quality and made them a quarry for years by tribesmen coveting their beautiful feathers. Morten Strange goes in search.
Flare of the Fireflies The spectacle of twinkling fireflies in a darkened forest is a sight to behold as a bedazzled Nick Baker finds out on a recent visit to Kuala Selangor Nature Park.
Return of the Plain-pouched Hornbill The rarely sighted Plain-pouched Hornbill is alive and well and can be seen at Belum, Perak. A group of bird lovers watch spellbound at the flights of thousands of the colourful pouched birds. Sutari Supari reports.
Deep in Danum Valley The lush Danum Valley is one of Sabah's best-kept secretsthe perfect place for a nature romp. Ong Kiem Sian reports.
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