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'Dinosaurs' roam a new Jurassic Mile in Singapore
Over 20 models from nine different prehistoric species are installed along the kilometer-long path, including bright blue velociraptors climbing on a buggy, a baby dinosaur hatching from an egg, and a long-necked apatosaurus peering at passersby over the fence.
Roaring good time: 'Dinosaurs' roam cycling path in Singapore
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Cutting carbon emissions and power costs in Southeast Asia
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World Elephant Day: €11 million worth of ivory crushed in Singapore
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Pupils wearing face masks return to school in Singapore
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