Guardians of the S.E.A.A. Scavenger Hunt: understanding relationships between marine animals and beyond

Guardians of the S.E.A.A.’s conservation night returned with a fun-filled Scavenger Hunt and a sharing session by Waterways Watch Society on 20 July 2018.

Members were grouped into groups of about six, and had to complete five different tasks at game stations located around the aquarium. The winning team would be determined by the amount of time taken, as well as the total number of points scored based on their teamwork and the number of tasks completed.

All ready to go!
At the game station in Ocean Dome which was manned by Waterways Watch Society. Members had to figure out the journey of trash from land to sea. This activity highlighted how our actions on land are directly related to the health of the ocean.
Another game station manned by the Waterways Watch Society, which educated members about the relationship between land and sea.

Yay I won!
Using animals in our touchpool as examples, an aquarist explained the various relationships between marine animals.
What marine relationship is this? Monogamy of course!
After the hunt, Kian Seng from Waterways Watch Society shared interesting insights on how our actions on land impact the marine environment and its inhabitants.

And the winners were Team Manta Ray! Not only did they clock an impressive time, they scored big on teamwork as well.

Big thanks to all members who joined us for this exciting evening. Keep a lookout for our upcoming event in August – the third instalment of Science in the S.E.A.A.. More details to be released soon.

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