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By Toggle Video Published: 30 Mar 2016 Audio: English
Part 1: Sir David Attenborough narrates this documentary about Singapore's wildlife. From laid-back sandy beaches and colourful coral reefs, to ever-constant coastal development, Singapore's coasts and islands are home to an array of fascinating creatures, such as the rare tiger tail seahorse, the dynamic duo of the yellow watchman goby and the pistol shrimp, and the quick-changing cuttlefish. Part 2: Sir David Attenborough continues to explore the wildlife of Singapore. Among the fascinating creatures featured are the dog-faced water snake, the sand bubble crab, the golden orb spider, and the very rare Neptune's Cup Sponge.
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