Singapore Got Wildlife, Meh?

Hi everyone, I gave a short talk about the making of this documentary for the TEDxYale Student Speaker Competition and I hope to do so again next year at the TEDxYale conference. In order for that to happen, though, I need your votes, so please vote for me here at this link:

Each person has 10 votes. Thank you all!


A community project based on the contributions of Singapore’s naturalist community, this documentary explores a simple question that Singaporeans often ask – “Singapore got wildlife, meh?” and sheds some light on the amazing animals found in Singapore, from the elusive common palm civet to the elegant blue-spotted fantail ray.

This is also Singapore’s first ever crowd-sourced nature documentary, bringing together the photos and video footage volunteered by nature enthusiasts from all over Singapore to tell the story of Singapore’s surprisingly rich natural heritage.

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Comment (16)

  1. Our location means that we have some of the most diverse tropical biodiversity in the world:) more should appreciate it

  2. I was in primary school the first time I saw "wild" animals, and that was many years ago, I am glad the otters are still there. It was very surreal for me back then. I've always wanted to see some of these animals that I've heard about but it's difficult and I guess sometimes it's better not to try too hard. 😀 Very nice and informative video, thank you!

  3. Amazing footage presented very well! Sorry though, to be the one to point it out, but the word "crustacean" is not pronounced that way (the video is categorised as educational, after all). Other than that, well done!


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