Answer to Nature’s Call #2 – Toilet Signs, Singapore

June 27, 2008 at 12:14 am | Posted in itchy fingers | Leave a comment
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In a place where one can find hundreds of migratory as well as resident birds, what’s an even more appropriate theme to use as a design element for its toilet signs?

At the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves, visitors were greeted with a set of interesting toilet signs each time they answer to nature’s call.


Pink-necked Green Pigeon is one of the most common birds that can
be found in parks and forests. Like most birds, the males are more
colourful so as to attract females


The duller female. Both birds take turns to incubate the eggs


Papa pigeon taking care of junior’s need in the diaper changing room :p

Also see related post:
> Answer to Nature’s Call #1 – Toilet Signs, Bangkok

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