• Red junglefowls at Singapore Botanic Garden
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    The red junglefowl

    Entrance to the Botanic Gardens, Singapore. Truth be told, I am not a garden person. Stepping into one to gaze at flowers isn’t my cup of tea. I’d rather be up to mischief somewhere else. Unless, of course, I am dragged to one. Which was “sweetly” the case here. They seem to be casual in the presence of humans, though don’t get too close. Turns out the 163-year-old Singapore Botanic Gardens, or simply the Gardens, is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden to feature on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Now, sucker that I am for anything with a World Heritage stamp on it, if this isn’t…