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Tue 14 Mar 2006

Semakau badges and Paedocypris t-shirt

Category : education

One day I walked in to the museum to find a new panerl up against the glass window at the office next to the Public Gallery office. The education officers made t-shirts and badges for sale!

The Semakau badges are on sale for $1.50 each, but a set goes for $7. The t-shirts are on sale for $10.50 and come in dark blue and grey. Toddycats and Department of Biological Science staff get a 20% discount.

Pity about the tagline though - its says "one of the world's smallest vertebrate" instead of "smallest vertebrate". Perhaps they were put off by challenges to the title, but Paedocypris progentica is clearly undisputed.



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Tue 14 Mar 2006

Michael Monaghan drops in

Category : visitors

Michael T. Monaghan dropped by the museum today - I recognised Michael from his seminar photo (depite his clean-shaven look) and got him seated while Duc complete his guiding session at the Public Gallery with students from Bedok View Secondary.

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