Saturday, June 13, 2009

Project Semakau Transect Survey

It was raining while we are on our way to Semakau this morning for the Project Semakau Transect Survey.The rain has stopped when we arrived at SemakauThe sun slowly claimed back his position and brighten up the sky from the east.Without wasting much time, the volunteers gather the equipment after the briefing and ready to move to the inter-tidal area.Is was a cool and nice morning, the short walk to the entry point was a pleasant one. The volunteers take the opportunity to catch-up with the fellow volunteers.
We saw this peanut worm on the sandy area just before the sea-grass lagoon. Below are some of the animals that we saw. Saw this little thorny sea cucumber (Stichopus horrens)I came across 2 small Knobbly sea star A small white colour feather star A moon snailA egg laying Melongena snailand 2 juvenile Horse-shoe crab.

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