A couple of fish species commonly found in Singapore’s mangroves, river estuaries, and other brackish water and nearshore marine habitats: Banded Archerfish (Toxotes jaculatrix) (L) & Stripe-nosed Halfbeak (Zenarchopterus buffonis) ® @ VivoCity

These fishes have interesting adaptations which enable them to catch their insect prey. Find out what these adaptations are at the Festival of Biodiversity 2014, happening at VivoCity until 10pm today!

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