Giant clam project featured at the Festival of Biodiversity 2014!

Cultured giant clams are featured in this year’s Festival of Biodiversity 2014… Apart from that, the biggest news would be the development of Singapore’s first marine park Sisters Islands! The giant clam project has been kindly funded and supported by the National Parks Board since 2011, and we have since produced three cohorts of juvenile Tridacna squamosa, or commonly known as the fluted giant clams. However, the process of culture and maintenance are no easy tasks, and we are happy to showcase two individuals from 2012 cohort here at the festival.

Giant Clam Mariculture – Panel shows the process.
2012 cohort Tridacna squamosa juvenile.

In this event, some key government players graced the ceremony and I definitely hoped that they support our conservation cause! Here shows Dr. Karenne Tun (right) touring the President of Singapore, Tony Tan about the reef enhancement projects…

Yay! Some air time for the giant clams with the President… đŸ˜€

3 thoughts on “Giant clam project featured at the Festival of Biodiversity 2014!

  1. Are you still looking to buy clam seeds? If yes please note I will have large quantities to be available very soon for reef repopulation (T.maxima/crocea/noae). Cheers, Phil.

    1. Hello Phil! Thanks for the offer – at the moment, our hatchery is to its maximum capacity. We will keep in mind for future! Thanks again! Cheers, Mei Lin

    2. We have several millions in stock, 3 – 4mm @ $0.005/each, MOQ 100.000, for super fast restocking of depleted reefs, unprecedented opportunity not to be missed as this may not be available again while our hatchery is overstocked and as these clams keep growing we may have to dispose of them on local reefs.
      Cheers, Phil.

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