Daily Decay (25th April 2018)



Daily Decay (25th April 2018): Cuttlebone of Kisslip Cuttlefish (Sepia lycidas) @ Changi

Daily Decay (9th February 2018)

Daily Decay (9th February 2018): Cuttlebone of Kisslip Cuttlefish (Sepia lycidas) @ Coney Island (Pulau Serangoon)

Cuttlebone of Kisslip Cuttlefish (Sepia lycidas)
Changi, 8th January 2017

This Cuttlebone was identified based on visible morphological features, which closely match that of the Kisslip Cuttlefish, as described in Cephalopods of the World.

Cuttlebone of Kisslip Cuttlefish (Sepia lycidas)
Chek Jawa, 10th January 2016

This Cuttlebone was identified based on visible morphological features, which closely match that of the Kisslip Cuttlefish, as described in Cephalopods of the World.

Mass Marine Mortality at Pasir Ris
By Sean Yap, 28th February 2015;

For the past few years around this time of the year there have been occurrences of mass fish deaths on our northern shores. This year is no exception. Ria was here earlier as well, and has done a comprehensive blog post about the situation. I’m just posting photos of cool dead things. I know I don’t sound sad but I am, kay 😦

So Chinse New Year is over, and the food guilt finally set in so I decided to try and run to work some of the sin off. As soon as I hit the path however, my nose was immediately assaulted by a foul stench. I had seen some of my friends posting about fish deaths on Facebook, so I decided to go see for myself what the situation was like (totally not an excuse).

The first stop was a breakwater, and LO AND BEHOLD, I was greeted with a friggin mass grave.

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Source: Nature in a Concrete Jungle

Cuttlebone (Sepia sp.)
Pulau Semakau, 6th December 2008

This cuttlebone belonged to one of several large species of Cuttlefish known to occur in Singapore, which include:

Needle Cuttlefish (Sepia aculeata)

Broadclub Cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus)

Pharoah Cuttlefish (Sepia pharaonis)