Ooh and aah over these and then sign up for a free walking tour.

The LTA has annnounced the construction of a new Cross Island MRT Line. While this means it'll be a lot more convenient for lots of people, the line will run through MacRitchie and its delicate ecosystem, an issue that has been causing much debate in on the internet in recent weeks, not to mention lots of pretty picture posting. Here are some lovely ones. Scroll down to see info on some walking tours happening March, too.

1. Look at this view

 

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2. And just some of the crazy flora and fauna

 

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3. Like this dragonfly

 

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4. And this plaintain squirrel

 

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5. We didn't even know what a Van Hasselt's Sunbird was

 

A photo posted by LOVEMACRITCHIE (@lovemacritchie) on

 

6. Check out these wings 

 

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7. And this forest wagtail

 

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8. St Andrew's Cross Spiders also call MacRitchie home

 

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9. The hibiscus species aren't bad either

 

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10. The macrophotography options are endless

 

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11. Just don't feed the monkeys

 

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12. Or the red-crowned barbet

 

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13. Try not to step on lizards like these:

 

A photo posted by Rixaa Rixaa (@richguerrero) on

 

14. And take a picture of the water reflections

 

A photo posted by DJXIAOSIN (@djxiaosin) on

 

15. Nice, right?

 

A photo posted by Serene Koh (@liengkoh) on

 

16. And this?

 

A photo posted by Hugo Carlton (@hugocarlton) on

 

17. Check it out for yourself in March

 

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You can go on these free MacRitchie walking tours on Mar 6, 13, 19 and 27. Find out more here.