Singapore Wildlife: Number of Plant and Animal Species in Singapore, Crocodiles Being the Largest Reptile, the Reason Mudskippers Ingest Mud, Singaporean Wildlife Under Threat, the Highly Social Smooth Coated Otter, and the Last 100 Sunda Pangolins in Singapore

Singapore, Malaysia is home to over 40,000 species of plant and animal. Crocodiles are the world’s largest reptile, capable of measuring up to 6 meters in length and weighing up to 1 tonne. Mudskippers ingest mud from the tiny pools of water they live in and then regurgitate it upon the edges of the sides, carefully done so, as they are constantly attempting to ensure their pool remains as deep and therefore as full of water as possible. Over 70% of Singaporean animals are under threat due to ha...

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