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[Brittle Star Seminar] 14 May 2023, 3-4pm

[Sea Anemone Seminar] 21 May 2023, 3-4pm

[Sea Butterfly Seminar] 28 May 2023, 3-4pm



Ocean Dome at S.E.A. Aquarium


*This series of talks are also available on Zoom. In person seats are limited and is subjected to first come first serve basis.*

Meet the Experts

Brittle star Seminar

Brittle Star Seminar

Professor Fujita Toshihiko, Brittle star expert

Head of department of Zoology, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan


Did you know that brittle stars are not sea stars but a relative of it? Join Professor Fujita Toshihiko as he introduces these enigmatic creatures; their classification, ecology, and evolution, particularly of those found in Singapore and nearby regions.

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Sea Anemone Talk at S.E.A. Aquarium

Sea Anemone Seminar

Professor Daly Marymegan, Sea Anemone expert

Director of the Museum of Biological Diversity at the Ohio State University, USA


Sea anemones are found in a diverse range of marine habitats, from the shallow-tropical seas to the polar deep-sea habitats. In this talk, Professor Daly will introduce the audience to these elegant animals; and share stories about the biology and ecology of sea anemones gathered from her extensive travels around the globe.

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SEA Butterfly seminar at S.E.A. Aquarium

Sea Butterfly Seminar

Dr. Choo Le Qin, Sea Butterfly Expert

Research Associate, University of Sheffield, UK


Sea butterflies are pelagic marine snails. With little known about the genetic variation and spatial population structure of these animals. Dr Choo will share insights from her PhD thesis, where she examined genetic mutations as well as morphometric variation in the species, Limacina bulimoides.

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