We passed by quite close to the fish farm next to Semakau. There is a barge right next to the fish farm loaded with stacks of bags which may be fish food. On the barge (right side on the photo), there seems to be a large rectangular metal container used for incinerating things. I could see smoke coming out of the rectangular container and smelled something being burnt.
|Anchored barge with stacks of white sacks.
|Neatly constructed shelter
|Side view of the cuttlefish.
|Arrow-head spider crab
|Very long tape seagrass
|One male flower of tape seagrass.
|More flowers on tape seagrass blade.
I have also started noticing bare spots on the epiphyte (small plant which grows attached to another plant) covering the seagrass blades. Animals feeding on the epiphytes?
|Pneumatophores of Sonneratia tree
|"What interesting eyes you have."
On the water surface there were a few pygmy squids (Idiosepius sp.) swimming around.
There were also some individual giant carpet anemones (Stichodactyla gigantea) along the bank and they can be found next to the rock wall slope on the bank.
|Giant carpet anemone
|Where the river flowed from.
|Male orange fiddler crab
|Female fiddler crabs (how many can you spot?)
|How many fiddler crabs can you see here?
An eagle flew past.
|Brahminy kite eagle?
|Sonneratia tree root system
|Upsidedown, Upsidedown jellyfish
|Sunset on the Semakau's shore
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James with photos on his Facebook.