SINGAPORE – Singapore’s murky waters hide an abundance of marine life – including a group of creatures that are globally threatened from overfishing.

A new study by National University of Singapore (NUS) scientists has found that there could be more species of sharks and rays here than expected – including two species never before recorded in local waters: the Bengal whip ray and cowtail stingray.

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Last modified: September 13, 2021