Casualties include eels, pufferfish and frogfish (which I’m seeing for the first time – sad it has to be this way). Cephalopods were not spared either.

Source: Sean Yap Instagram

Some tentative identifications:
Left: Estuarine Moray Eel (Gymnothorax tile), with Striped Eeltail Catfishes (Plotosus lineatus), Kops’ Glass Perchlets (Ambassis kopsii) and Telkara Glass Perchlets (Ambassis vachellii), and possibly a Threespot Damselfish (Pomacentrus tripunctatus).
Right (Top): Cuttlefish (Sepia sp.) with Telkara Glass Perchlets.
Right (Centre): Spotted-tail Frogfish (Lophiocharon trisignatus).
Right (Bottom): Spotted Green Puffer (Tetraodon nigroviridis).

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)