Online Talk: Fun with Singapore Snakes & Frogs

Date : 05 Sep 2021
Time : 10am - 10.45am
Location : Hosted on Zoom by Gloria Seow on behalf of Nature Society (Singapore) Education Committee

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Snakes are seen as slimy and dangerous, and most people fear them. Join Natalie Quah from the Herpetological Society of Singapore as she dispels the myths surrounding snakes, and shares fun facts about those found in Singapore. Learn the difference between venomous and poisonous, how to observe snakes safely and where to find them. Aside from snakes, Natalie will also highlight other fascinating herptiles (i.e. reptiles and amphibians) resident in Singapore, including frogs, lizards and turtles. The talk will be followed by a Q&A segment.

Kindly register at:

- Zoom link will be emailed after the closing date. If you do not receive it in your Inbox, kindly check your junk/spam mail.
- All ages are welcome to join us, especially children (4 to 12 years old) and their parents.
- Free of charge

Closing Date
29 August 2021, Sunday

Natalie Quah, Herpetological Society of Singapore

For enquiries, contact Gloria Seow at

About the Speaker
Natalie Quah is a volunteer with the Herpetological Society of Singapore and has a keen interest for reptiles, amphibians, and all things nature! Since her teens, she has helped out in various conservation efforts within Singapore and hopes to spread an awareness of our rich biodiversity to everyone. She is currently an undergraduate studying Environmental Science, and hopes to learn more about the magic behind all things green and blue.

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