Thursday, February 11, 2016

The future of Singapore's Otters

The family of five have now become a troop of ten according to an article by Mothership.

I wonder what might happen if they could they become hundreds or even thousands of them?

I think people responsible for this need to be more far seeing and do some homework about this isn't it?

Think about the possibilities of human-animal conflicts.

I have no time to study this further. Hopefully the ecosystem is able to manage their numbers but being hopeful is not good enough. Most busy folks like me would only react when the problem is at our doorstep. You do your job and I do mine or else this place cannot function. Now I wonder who is looking into this.

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