WRSCF supports Neil Hutchinson for this project. The team has identified that while most studies done in Singapore can tell us about the taxonomy and presence of fish species in our territorial waters, they don’t tell us much about current populations, movements and habitat use by sharks around Singapore. By using a range of techniques that include tagging and diet analysis, the team hopes to raise public awareness about the status of Singapore’s resident shark species. With a baseline population data, they will also be able to use acoustic tracking to study the movement patterns and habitat use around Singapore. Armed with this knowledge, the team hopes to develop an effective conservation strategy to manage and protect the bamboo shark populations of Singapore.