Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve

The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve
STOMPer Nature Lover shares with STOMPers the beautiful sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve.

Says this STOMPer:

"In picture one, it shows the entrance to the male and female toilets. You can see a male bird and a female bird to indicate which side you are to turn.

"In picture two, this long bridge crosses the Sungei Buloh Besar. The wooden bridge is supported by concrete pillars as the current here is very strong.

"In picture three, this fish sculpture is found at the entrance.

"In picture four, the lake beside the cafe teems with fish, tortoises and monitor lizards.

"In picture five, the tortoise swims in the water and occasionally it comes to the shore to bask in the sun."

The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve
The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve
The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve
The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve
The sights of Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve

I really wonder why this particular person often seems to post about things that frankly don't seem particularly interesting or noteworthy. There's so much to see at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, that I'm really puzzled as to why he even found the toilet signs and the bridge so fascinating in the first place.

And once again, he makes the annoying mistake of calling a red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) a tortoise. It really annoys me, especially when he had previously posted about the differences between tortoises and turtles.

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