Tuesday, March 28, 2023



Wildlife in Singapore, Animals


A7R4 in APS-C mode
A1, 12 Jun 2022
FE 200-600/5.6-6.3 G
GM 600/4. 10 Sept 2022
190XPROB/GHFG1. Feb 2022
MT190CXPRO3/GHFG1  May 2022



Plantain Squirrel

A7R2, f6.3 1/500. @600mm, Full Frame, ISO 6400, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 9 Aug 2019


f5.6 1/1000. ISO 5000, GM600 TC1.4x, Diary Farm Nature Park, near Wallace Education Centre, 22 Mar 2023





Paradise Tree Snake

A7R2, f5.6 1/500. @400mm, FE 100-400/4.5-5.6 GM, Full Frame, ISO 2500, SBWR, 13 July 2019


f11 1/640. @600mm, TC 1.4x, ISO 400, Eagle Point, 24 Aug 2022







Reticulated Python

f5.6 1/125. ISO 1250, GM 600. TC 1.4x, Kingfisher Pod, 6 Oct 2022


f6.3 1/1600. ISO 2500, GM600. TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 14 Jan 2023






Malayan Colugo / Flying Lemur

Female and juvenile, A7R2, f5.6 1/320. 300/4 Tele-Tessar T*, ISO 1000, Zoo, 25 May 2022






Malayan Water Monitor

f11 1/2500. @422mm, TC 1.4x, ISO 2000, Woodlands Waterfront, 8 Jul 2022


f8 1/500. @547mm, ISO 800, Botanic Garden Eco Lake, 29 Oct 2021


f11 1/320. @541mm, TC 1.4x, ISO 2500, SBWR Platform 1, 6 Sep 2022


A6400, f6.3 1/500  @239mm, ISO 1000, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 10 Jul 2020


f5.6 1/800. ISO 2000, GM600. TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 2 Oct 2022


f5.6 1/640. ISO 1250, GM600 TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 23 Jan 2023







Wild Boar

The wild boar is a native animal of Singapore which can weigh up to 100kg and has a life span of over 20 years. They are omnivorous, but feed mainly on seeds, tubers and young plants. Each female can start reproducing at 18 months of age and can produce 4 to 6 piglets a year.

f8 1/500. @600mm, ISO 3200, Lower Pierce Reservoir, 15 July 2021






Lesser Dog-faced Fruit Bat

Amoung the most commonly seen bats in Singapore. Forearm length about 6.5cm. It has white wing bones and white ear edges. A small bat with a long muzzle without an elaborate nose leaf. It has prominent tubular nostrils. Together with its large eyes it has a dog like face. Generally brown, the male has a reddish collar and the female a yellowish collar.

f8 1/60  @344mm, ISO 2500, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 6 Sep 2022






Long-tailed Macaque

The only commonly seen species of monkey in Singapore. Most dwell in and on the fringes of our rainforest nature reserves at Bukit Timah and Central Catchment. They also occupy parks like Bukit Batok Nature Park, Yishun Park, Admiralty Park, Sister Island and Pulau Ubin. The Long-tailed Macaque in Singapore is a unique population. It has a smaller size, different facial features and larger tail-body ratio than other found in neighbouring region.

f5.6 1/500. ISO 2000, Woodlands Waterfront, 19 Dec 2022








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