Here’s a scene from the Science Centre Singapore:

If you have visited SCS, you probably remember it as a busy, noisy place full of excitement and action. But the rubber plantation in this video is also part of our offering. And while it’s a lot more tranquil than our typical exhibits, there’s lots of action here, too; There are plenty of ants to observe, birds to watch, and the occasional appearance of a monitor lizard. And you can listen to the chorus of the birds, crickets and cycadas (mixed in with the noise from the earth movers on the golf course in the background…).

Did you see the butterfly?

Posted by:Andy Giger

Andy is the Science Centre Singapore's Director of Strategy. He is a Neuroscientist who started out studying how Tunisian desert ants navigate, then tamed honey bees to find out more about their visual system, and moved on to counting cockroaches, feeding termites and attracting mosquitoes. Now he deals more with people, and enjoys being in touch with science on a much broader basis.

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