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Tue 17 May 2005

Research visitors at Lim Chu Kang mangroves

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Wayne Maddison, Ingi Arnarson, Jwee (University of British Columbia), Kathy Seow (Universiti Sains
Malaysia), Sivasothi (RMBR) and Jon Sigurdsson. Photo by Cynthia Lee.

A joint trip to Lim Chu Kang mangroves saw researchers explore this valuable site for spiders, onchidiums and crabs on Friday the 13th!

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