Puff-faced Water Snake (Homalopsis buccata)
Jalan Lekar, 27th July 2017

This photograph of a juvenile Puff-faced Water Snake roadkill was shared by Sumita Thiagarajan.

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Oleander Hawk Moth (Daphnis nerii)
Tanjong Pagar, 21st July 2017

These photos of a dead Oleander Hawk Moth were shared by Ted Ng.

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Eastern Barn Owl (Tyto javanica)
Jurong Island, 4th May 2016

This photo of a dead Eastern Barn Owl, likely to have died after crashing into a building, was shared by Lim Kim Chuah to the Bird Sightings group on Facebook.

The Barn Owl has traditionally been considered to be a single, cosmopolitan species (Tyto alba), but it has recently been split into several species; the populations found in Singapore are considered to belong to what is now known as the Eastern Barn Owl (Tyto javanica), which encompasses the Barn Owls in Peninsular Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, and parts of the South Pacific.

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Tawny Coster (Acraea terpsicore)
West Coast Park, 22nd May 2016

This photograph of a Tawny Coster was posted by Jay Yip to the Monday Morgue Facebook page.

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African Walking Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) being scavenged by Apple Snails (Pomacea sp.)
Kallang Riverside Park, 2nd February 2015

This photograph of a dead African Walking Catfish was shared by Leroy Alphonso. This invasive species, introduced to Singapore in the 1990s, has effectively replaced the native Common Walking Catfish (Clarias batrachus) in both rural and urban freshwater ecosystems throughout Singapore.

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Twin-barred Tree Snake (Chrysopelea pelias)
Upper Peirce, 22nd May 2015

This photograph of a roadkilled Twin-barred Tree Snake was shared by Lena Chow on Facebook.

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Dwarf or Mangrove Whipray (Himantura walga)
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 17th March 2016

This photo of a Stingray on a railing was shared by Noeleen Tan.

This is possibly the Dwarf or Mangrove Whipray, a species that is commonly found in inshore waters, as well as mangroves and river estuaries, although there are other species of Stingray found in the region that might look superficially similar.

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