Calls to save Mandai site that's rich in biodiversity

Calls to save Mandai site that's rich in biodiversity

SINGAPORE - The strip of mangroves and mudflats at the edge of the Sungei Mandai Besar river may not be as well-known here as the ones at Sungei Buloh or Pasir Ris Park. But it is home to the largest horseshoe-crab concentration in the world, and two-thirds of Singapore's mangrove species.


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