The first thing I saw hopping along was a Banded Bull Frog. This nocturnal insectivore is common even in urban areas.
We continued our way to the Mangrove Broadwalk and saw these mudskippers together. Some even rolled over in puddles of water. Cute!
This little crab was about to hide into a hole dug by itself. Look at the pincers. There is a big difference in size.
A whole gang of crabs.
A Nipah plant.
This little crab digs holes too. According to someone, this is a Sand Bubble Crab. Quite small in size.
The spider which made this web is a good web artist.
Can you spot the camouflaged mudskipper?
This Mud Crab is the biggest crab I have seen today.
This crab has beautiful colours. This is the nicest crab I have seen today.
Another crab with different size pincers.
A Malayan Water Monitor. This creature is among the largest lizard in the world. It can climb trees and is also an expert swimmer and diver. It feeds on small animals and fish.
A shot of a Yellow-lined Epeus. This spider can grow around 9mm. It can be found in heavily wooded gardens or mangrove swamps.
Can you spot the grasshopper in this picture? The actual size is about 6cm.
A crab pulling a leaf. Wonder what is it going to do with the leaf. Eat it? Or is it going to lay its eggs on it so the young can feed on it?
After we reached the end of the broadwalk, we cycled back to the shophouses and ate chilli crabs. Does anyone like them? I like it. I also ate black pepper lobster. This is the end of the trip. I did heard someone say he saw an Oriental Whip Snake but I did not see any though.