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    When people talk about wildlife in Singapore, they tend to focus on the bigger, rarer and unique animals such as crocodiles, otters, monitor lizards, long-tailed macaque & flying lemurs which was exactly what CNA did in their 2-part Wild City documentary show superbly done and narrated by the legendary Sir David Attenborough.

    But the wild side of Singapore is more than that. We are surrounded by a wide variety of bugs and insects such as spiders, butterflies, dragonflies, praying mantis, beetles, hoppers, leaf-footed bugs, etc., all over this beautiful city. This video features some of the behaviours of these common creatures which took me almost 8 months to film, edit and produce. My small contribution in celebration of Singapore’s 50th year of Independence.

    I hope it live up to my earlier promise that this wildlife video is "more dramatic, action-packed with a humorous touch".

    To watch it at HD version, go to Vimeo and click HD.

    Profile photo of Lee, Yan LeongLee, Yan Leong

    :applause: :kudos thumbsup: :applause: :kudos thumbsup: :applause: :kudos thumbsup:


    Thanks YL!

    Profile photo of Olesen, BjornOlesen, Bjorn

    Very nice one, thank you for sharing, and I like the sound-track too!

    :kow tow:


    Bjorn, thanks for sharing this video to your facebook’s friends. :smile:
    Happy National Day!

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    Great efforts Ant! Just in time for the National day!
    You’ve highlighted the neglected little animals :kudos thumbsup:

    Thanks & Regards,


    Endy, thanks for watching and feedback :smile:



    What a great video. :applause: :kudos thumbsup:
    Like it very much


    Chew, I am glad you like it :veryexcited:


    FANTASTIC, Anthony! :kow tow: :kow tow: :kow tow:

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