The latest issue of Seagrass Watch magazine is full of sea turtles!
Seagrass-Watch Issue 44 Nov 2011
There are lots of lovely photos of sea turtles in seagrass meadows! There are articles examining whether there has been a dietary shift among sea turtles following the loss of seagrasses due to extreme weather in Australia. Also, does sea turtle grazing actually help seagrass meadows withstand the effects of excessive fertilisers and pollution? And about efforts to conserve sea turtles and seagrasses.
more about Singapore's sea turtles and about Singapore's seagrass meadows. Come for Siti's talk this Saturday 10 Dec to find out MORE about our seagrasses and the amazing animals that live there!
It was very kind of Len and Rudi to include our article about Beccari's seagrass (Halophila beccarii) which Siti has dubbed 'Tiger seagrass' because the leaves are often banded. Recently, a few of us saw vast areas of this Critically Endangered seagrass in the north: at Kranji Nature Trail and at Mandai Mangroves!
Read all these articles in Seagrass-Watch Issue 44 Nov 2011