Whoever said you shouldn’t go out at night obviously hasn’t been to Pulau Hantu! While there are many exciting encounters to be had in the daytime, the night is certainly when things get really interesting. Last week, Hantu Blog volunteer Susan Stephanie paid the creatures at Pulau Hantu a visit after sunset and was very [...]
Entries Categorized as 'Videos'
June 11, 2015
April 16, 2014
Here’s a sneek peek at what Singapore reefs look like underwater. This short video presentation was put together for the National Museum of Singapore‘s exhibition about the Islands of Singapore that will be launched and open to the public in June 2014!
March 14, 2014
The work of the Hantu Blog was recently featured on Green Footprints, a production by Media Corp TV‘s Channel U!
January 28, 2014
A pair of reef cuttlefish in the shallow and murky waters of Singapore’s Kusu Island. These animals were in a coloration and posture that is less commonly observed. I wonder what they might have been up to. They were also really really huge. The biggest I’ve seen around here.
October 23, 2013
During our dive at Pulau Hantu over the weekend, we were lucky to encounter a young pair of what we believe to be Brown-banded bamboo sharks Chiloscyllium punctatum. Four other species of bamboo shark have been recorded to occur in Singapore, the grey bamboo shark (Chiloscyllium griseum), Hasselt’s bamboo shark (Chiloscyllium hasselti), white-spotted bamboo shark [...]
May 8, 2013
What happens when a pair of female anemonefish meet?
March 28, 2013
A Yellow-lipped sea krait scans the reef flats of Singapore’s Pulau Hantu for an opportune meal. The colubrine sea krait, banded sea krait or yellow-lipped sea krait (Laticauda colubrina) is a species of sea snake found in tropical Indo-Pacific oceanic waters.  It is easily recognised by its yellow upper lip and black bands covering [...]
December 2, 2012
A pair of cuttlefish were spotted along the reefs of Singapore’s Pulau Hantu. They were about the same size. Could they be siblings? Or were they individuals from different clutches that find safety by being in a pair?
October 30, 2012
Filefish, wrasses, and damselfish, gather over the carcass of a huge prawn that was recently discarded by fishermen. The carcass, which has fallen into a tight crevice, does not make for easy pickings and the fish at this point, seem hesitant to enter the dark crevice despite the prospect of an easy meal. They do [...]
October 24, 2012
Neopomacentrus filamentosus is an egg-laying species. The male fish in this video appears to be establishing a territory. It does so by cleaning a rocky ledge or coral surface. The male fish will court the female and encourage her to swim to the cleaned spot. During the actual spawning, the female will deposit her eggs [...]