We came across a very very VERY long driftnet on Tuas today.
The net started somewhere near the mouth of the canal near the cluster of mangrove trees on this shore.
Fan-bellied filefishes (Monacanthus chinensis). Many of those released were still alive. They were about 10cm long.
Kite butterflyfish (Parachaetodon ocellatus) about 8cm long.
Tripodfish (Family Triancanthidae) about 10cm long.
White-spotted rabbitfishes (Siganus canaliculatus) about 10cm long. Here's my foot next to it for scale. No time to measure them.
More about what we saw and did on this trip on the wild shores of singapore blog.