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MORE THAN 50 MICE FOUND ABANDONED IN PASIR RIS

Karen Teng, 47, said she saw a moving white mass, and when she went for a closer look, realised that the white mass was made up of many little rodents. A trail of bread slices had also been placed at the same spot, which leads to a forested area, which could have been used to lure the mice further away from the pavement. She estimated that the mice were about 6 cm long, minus the tail.

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MONKEY TERRORIZING PUNGGOL RESIDENTS CAUGHT BY AVA

Some pictures and videos of the monkey eating oranges and eggs that it had snatched from a passer-by, as well as hanging out at a playground were taken by a resident there. The resident also claimed that the monkey scratched the leg of a boy who is four or five years old and also climbed up outside the units of some flats. Acres and AVA were both highlighted.

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CROCODILE SIGHTED AT CHANGI BEACH, DAYS AFTER ONE WAS SPOTTED AT PASIR RIS

It was an ICA officer who first raised the alarm, when Mr Yusaini Abdul Rahim, 41, who was working at the Changi Ferry Terminal, saw the crocodile on Monday morning while out on patrol. He contacted the AVA and NParks to inform them about the sighting. He spotted the crocodile again on Wednesday, and took photos and videos of it.

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TWO WOMEN FINED BY AVA FOR PET ABANDONMENT

The AVA has stated that those found abandoning their pets will be dealt with harshly. To reiterate their point, two women were fined and given a six-month ban from owning pets in separate cases of pet abandonment.

Members of the public can report cases of pet abandonment to the AVA via its 24 hour hotline at 1800 476 1600.

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