Home School Science Find - Mud Lobster

by Pui San
(Singapore)

The sighting of this mud-lobster was my very first, ever since I became a volunteer at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve in 2002..

It was about 3pm after a heavy downpour when my friends and I chanced upon this creature crawling slowly across the mudflat.

I climbed down the boardwalk to take a close shot of this beauty.

Mud lobsters are very rarely seen.

Here is a You Tube video of one such sighting:

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Hello,
It would be great if you could add a photo of the mud lobster if possible. We'd love to see it.

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