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  • 1. Lesser Mousedeer Long-tailed Macaque Malayan Horned FrogTragulus javanicus fulviventer Macaca fascicularis Megophrys nasutafirst discovered in 1836 as a  they have no predator. Its leaf-like appearancedistinctive subspecies  they are fed with gives it a good camouflageendemic to Singapore supplements by the against the leaf litter on theSize: 45cm general public. forest floor.Habitat: Lowland  they have no fear for us. Size: 12cmforest, secondary forest.  Size: 93-109cm Habitat: Forest  Habitat: Lowland forest, secondary forest.
  • 2. Reticulated Python Singapore Rat Red-necked Bronzeback Pyhon reticulatus Rattus annandalei Dendrelaphis kcopsteiniThey capture prey by slow listed in 2006 IUCN Red List Only spotted in Singapore.stalking or ambush, hunting of Threatened Species mis-identified as Elegantthem at dusk with the heat- It has a pointed snout, with Bronzebacksensitive pits on their upper short limbs and an almost It puffs up its neck in alips, killing them by naked tail defensive posture, showingconstriction. Size: HB to 22cm, Tail to off its reddish-colored neckSize: 1000cm 27cm when disturbed.Habitat: Humid Habitat: Found in Size: 1.0 mforest, agricultural areas secondary forest and Habitat: Forested area. scrubland.
  • 3. Seashore pandan Seashore bat lily Crepe jasmine Pandanus tectorius Tacca leontopetaloides Tabernaemontana divaricataFamily Pandanaceae Family Taccaceaefound on all tropical shores Family Apocynaceae very rare plant in beautifully shapedand throughout Southeast SingaporeAsia. evergreen shrub which forms A low growing plant with symmetrical 6 ft high moundsmost widespread Pandanus bright green hand-shapedspecies, being cultivated for of glossy foliage. leaves on long stalksits many uses.
  • 4. Lobster-claws Cattleya Orchid Raffles Pitcher-Plant Heliconia Cattleya labiata Nepenthes rafflesianaFamily Heliconiaceae Family Orchidaceae Family Nepenthaceae15-300 cm used in hybridization extremely variable withlong, oblong, growing occur in all colors except numerous forms andopposite one another on non- true blue and black varieties describedwoody petioles

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