Caption Contest: Wildlife In Singapore

It’s getting wild in the city, with romps of otters frolicking through Singapore’s streets and waterways. As they integrate into our surroundings, are they friend or foe? See if you can come up with a one-liner to describe these imagined scenarios.

Winning Captions

Congratulations to Sim Wei Xuan from the Infocomm Media Development Authority and Sharon Chan from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for their winning captions.

Depict these furry critters in your wittiest caption


Do they want our otter-graph too? – Sharon Chang, A*STAR

Stay cool, Rob, told you everyone is going to love our fish skin glasses. You can eat them later. – Kathleen Yap, National Parks Board

Challenge Caption Contest

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One winning caption will be chosen for each cartoon panel. You may submit a caption for either panel, or both. The writers of the published captions will each win $20 worth of vouchers. Indicate which cartoon your caption is for, your name, agency and contact details.

Tip: Shorter is snappier. Keep your caption to one line of about 20-25 words maximum.

Keep your captions short and snappy


What are we queuing for? I don’t know, you gotta ask the guy in front. – Tan Min Yi, Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment

Observe social distancing guys! We otter space ourselves out when walking. – Lee Hui Shan, Singapore Food Authority

    Mar 3, 2021
    Ryan Ong
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