WRSCF supports Naomi Clark Shen from The Dorsal Effect to conduct this study. This project aims to uncover the extent at which sharks and rays are being caught and/or landed in Singapore – something never previously investigated. Fisheries catch from Singapore and the wider region (Indonesia and Malaysia) is landed at two ports: Jurong Fishery Port and Senoko Fishery Port. The team will conduct surveys at these ports to document the overall number, species, sex, age class, and the location from where they were caught. The study will last 13 months, giving insight to temporal variations of shark and ray catch as well. Overall, this project will uncover shark and ray biodiversity in Singapore and the wider region, which is currently lacking. The data can also be used for outreach so that Singaporeans can be better informed and play a role in protecting our marine biodiversity, by being more aware of their own consumption habits and how they can switch to eating sustainably sourced seafood.