This is the perfect spot for some serious whale watching
Heaps of fish
There are 2 of them!
Mereeba is a beautiful location to get in touch with these cuties
And then there is also this: The Cassowary is a big flightless bird native to north eastern Australia and New Guinea. It’s rare and you need to be really lucky to see one. This one decided to cross the street in front of our campervan :)
Macaques are a common sight in Singapore’s reserves
Singapore’s Zoo is a must see; plan in the full day
A Green Tree Phyton
Singapore Zoo followed the modern trend of displaying animals in naturalistic, ‘open’ exhibits with hidden barriers (= monkeys everywhere)
The Octopus has an interesting aquarium location I find. Take two steps left and you’re in the Aquarium Store finding yourself sorting through cuddly toys of all shapes and sizes.
Jellyfish are ancient creatures which have lived in our oceans since before the dinosaurs roamed the earth.
Despite their popularity in the aquarium trade, mandarinfish are considered difficult to keep, as their feeding habits are very specific.
A hermit crab has to move several times throughout its life as it grows in size and must find larger shells.