Have You Met a Hawksbill Turtle? - Conservation International

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ArtScience Museum

6 Bayfront Avenue

Singapore, 018974

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Join Conservation International scientists in a chat about Hawksbill turtles!

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This workshop is part of the Waves of Change Festival held at the ArtScience Museum on the 11th to 31st of December 2021.

RECOMMENDED: AGES 14+

Hawksbill turtles are long-lived, gentle giants of our ocean, surviving on a routine that has scarcely changed for millions of years. However, in the last few decades, their way of life has come under threat as a result of human activities. Rushan Bin Abdul Rahman, a sea turtle ecologist and MAC3 Conservation Scholar at Conservation International Singapore, will share a tale of two ‘Hawkies’, reveal more about their extraordinary lives and discuss how you can help to ensure that sea turtles can continue swimming into the future.

For the full festival line-up, click HERE.

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Photography and video recording may occur at the venue for the purpose of promoting our activities. Parents and guardians, please advise facilitators if you would like your child to be excluded from this.

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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, spots in this workshop are extremely limited. Should you be unable to attend, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible so that someone else may enjoy the experience. You can also email us at info@coastalnatives.sg. Thank you!

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Created to increase ocean awareness, Coastal Natives organises events with the mission of inspiring new ocean lovers and conservationists. We aim to show audiences how amazing the ocean is so that they’ll want to protect it too, and offer a fun platform to learn more about the environment and what we can all do to help. Our community of ocean ambassadors engages with children and youth; the general public and corporates; and encourages audiences to act for the ocean. For more information, please visit www.coastalnatives.sg.

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