New amphitheatre, presentation for Singapore’s Night Safari

Singapore Night Safari unveiled a brand-new amphitheatre today, and with it, a refreshed version of Creatures of the Night, a crowd favourite. The 1,000-seat amphitheatre boasts 30 per cent more capacity, as well as enhanced stage features, in the biggest change to the presentation format since its launch in December 2003.

The Indian Crested Porcupine is another new addition to Creatures of the Night. Catch the presentation to observe how they collapse their quills to squeeze into tree hollows.
The Indian Crested Porcupine is another new addition to Creatures of the Night. Catch the presentation to observe how they collapse their quills to squeeze into tree hollows. Photo courtesy: Mandai Wildlife Group

Gail Laule, Vice President of Animal Behaviour and Programmes, Mandai Wildlife Group said, “Our challenge for the new presentation was to create a new storyline and immersive experience for our guests and to feature the unique adaptations and super senses of some of the planet’s most amazing animals. We also wanted to highlight the threats these species face, foster empathy for their plight and motivate everyone to do their part to preserve and protect these very special animals.”

The renewed Creatures of the Night will include new animal species additions. An Indian Crested Porcupine and Raccoon Dog as well as Bearded Pigs will share the stage with existing wildlife ambassadors such as the Asian Small-clawed Otters, Malay Fish Owl, and Fennec Fox.

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