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Murray river in river safari singapore

  1. 1. The Famous Singapore RIVER SAFARI
  2. 2. River Safari River Safari is the newest addition to Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s portfolio of award-winning parks. Nestled between Singapore’s two award-winning wildlife parks – Singapore Zoo and Night Safari – River Safari offers an unforgettable adventure inspired by eight of the world’s most iconic rivers.
  3. 3. Visit Murray River In River Safari Singapore Australian aboriginal mythology speaks of the Great Ancestor, Ngurunderi, who created the Murray River with his tracks while chasing a Murray cod. Scientists, however, believe that it was created some 40 million years ago and has remained virtually in the same place since
  4. 4. Australian Lungfish With ancestors dating back to over 400 million years ago - way older than the dinosaurs – this fish has experienced little evolution. What makes this endangered lungfish unique is not just its ability to breathe out of water, it also has only one lung whereas other species have two. Try spotting the lungfish while you’re here. Just look out for a long, heavy dull-coloured body with large, overlapping scales, small eyes as well as fins resembling flippers.
  5. 5. Red Clawed Crayfish Also known as the yabby, this Australian freshwater crayfish is commonly found in streams, billabongs and lakes on the north coast of the Northern Territory and northeastern Queensland. In its natural environment, yabbies feed mainly on decaying animals and vegetation. Observe this tropical invertebrate as it moves about “touching” and “tasting” with its feelers. To identify the male yabby, look out for a distinct red patch on their claws.
  6. 6. Murray Cod The Murray is cod is the largest freshwater fish in Australia. It is a long- lived species, potentially living to over 45 years of age. With needle- like teeth, this highly territorial and aggressive predatory freshwater fish is a voracious feeder with a varied diet of fish, crustaceans, water birds, frogs, turtles and terrestrial animals such as mice and snakes. While the Murray cod once inhabited the entire Murray-Darling basin in very great numbers, it is now a critically endangered species due to severe overfishing, river regulations and habitat degradation.
  7. 7. Singapore River Safari Park Map
  8. 8. Thank You So Much !!!!!!! Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826 Tel: (65) 6269 3411 E-mail: Website: