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NUS collaborates with NParks on project to increase population of re-discovered marine sponge

28 June 2015 | Research

The Tropical Marine Science Institute at NUS will collaborate with NParks in a project under the Marine Conservation Action Plan 'the first official plan to protect and enhance Singapore's marine heritage' to increase the population of the re-discovered Neptune's Cup Sponge in local waters. Mr Lim Swee Cheng, a researcher from TMSI will be conducting the study to understand the animal's biology and ecology.

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