It is possible that some of the snake-eels we encounter are the similar Boro Snake-eel (Pisodonophis boro), which appears to be more closely tied to estuarine and freshwater habitats)
The colours of the shell may have faded, but based on the shape of the shell, as well as comparison with photos of shells on Coneshell.net and the list of Conus species recorded for Singapore, I feel that the Singed Conch is the closest match.
This gecko carcass was found within a light fixture along a pathway. I presume that it entered the light fixture to feed on insects attracted by the light, only to be trapped and subsequently killed as a result of the intense heat given off by the light bulbs.
It most probably belonged to one of the following species: