There are lots of sea fans exposed on the rocky shores of Changi even on a supposedly not-so-low tide!
Therefore, I was able to capture landscape photos of the surrounding with the sea fans. Here's a photo showing how close our rich marine life is beside Changi creek where bumboats travel back and fro frequently on a weekend afternoon.
Spindle cowrie snail (Family Ovulidae) which actually are known to prey on the sea fans!
Winged oysters (Family Pteriidae).
Biscuit seastar (Goniodiscaster scaber) on the left and Cake sea star (Anthenea aspera) on the right.
Luidia sand star (probably Luidia hardwicki).
Seagrass octopuses lazing itself on the shore which drew the attention of many. It is bigger than your face!
Spotted-tail frogfish (Lophiocharon trisignatus)!
Frogfishes are interesting because they have a bait-like structure that lures smaller fishes or prey into the area their the mouth and before you know it, the frogfish will have its meal.
Estuarine seahorses (Hippocampus kuda) which was very actively swimming in the tide pool before its tail curled up against something to anchor with.