Singapore Biodiversity and Adaptation

This three-hour museum workshop involves learning about Singapore’s rich animal biodiversity and their adaptations through a hands-on practical using museum specimens.


This workshop aims to introduce participants to Singapore’s rich biodiversity and various animal adaptations exhibited by these animals. Participants will learn about different structural adaptations and to infer behavioural adaptations from observing features of a variety of animal specimens. There will also be opportunities to handle actual museum specimens such as the leopard cat, civet, mudskipper, and octopus.


Cost Per Pax
Starting From
Cost is inclusive of gallery tour, use of specimens and materials, instructor, and coordinating fees. 7% GST applicable to all charges.
Instructor to student ratio is 1:20
Recommended for students of upper primary level.
Minimum group size: 20 pax

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