|Photo by Andy Dinesh on facebook.|
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
After TeamSeagrass monitoring at Labrador, the small team found an abandoned driftnet.
The net was about 50m long. It seemed newly laid possibly the day before, during public holiday?
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
On a TeamSeagrass trip to Pulau Semakau we found a huge Mud crab (Scylla sp.) trapped in an abandoned driftnet. The crab was about 30cm wide! It was still very much alive.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
A long abandoned driftnet with many horseshoe crabs trapped in it was seen at Kranji mudflats during a trip with the Bivalve Workshop.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
We're back to remove more nets at the same spot on Pulau Ubin that we did in Dec 2011. Although it was good to see that there were no new nets in the area we cleared, there are still lots of nets just a few steps further down.
A very long net is deeply entwined among mangrove roots along this stretch.
|Andy, Marcus and Hussain working along|
the same net entwined around mangrove roots.