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Official magazine of the Biological Sciences Society
National University of Singapore
The Mudskipper, Jul 94
The following beautiful piece of work is the product of Siva, a Zoology postgraduate and Kelvin from the Zoological Reference Collection. Siva has combined his intricate knowledge of tree climbing crabs with the amazing artistry of Kelvin.

This masterpiece was supposed to appear in the previous issue but it tragically missed the printing deadline by a matter of hours. As you can see, however, we have managed to resurrect it in all it's glory. Enjoy!


Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Most of our mangrove forest is found along the north coast.


Many interesting plants and animals found here are unique to this habitat.

Crabs are numerous here


Some, like this Ilyogynis
are very small

Most crabs dwell
on the ground
or in burrows

There is a special group
of crabs which are
found on trees....

...continue...

 
© N Sivasothi, 2001