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When encountering animals

Animals you may encounter in Singapore

Singapore may be small, but it is home to a wide range of biodiversity. As we continue our greening efforts to transform Singapore into a City in Nature and bring people closer to nature, it means that you may encounter more animals as you explore and enjoy our growing nature park networks, parks and gardens.


It is illegal to remove wild animals found in nature reserves and other areas managed by us under the Parks and Trees Act. Illegal poaching is a severe offence in Singapore. Call us if you suspect any illegal poaching activities occurring.

It is also illegal to feed wildlife in Singapore under the Wildlife Act. If you are caught feeding wildlife, you may incur a maximum fine of up to $10,000.

Refer to the following for more information on how to react if you encounter these wildlife in Singapore.

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