#Stayhome guide for Wednesday: Watch natural history videos, make fuss-free mentaiko pasta and more

1. CHECK OUT: Natural history moments


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The top 10 most incredible natural history moments from BBC Earth have been compiled into a handy video on its YouTube channel.

Watch animals in the wild fighting to survive – from a battle between an iguana and snakes, a penguin repeatedly escaping a deadly end at the hands of a seal and, the top clip, a lion attacked by a pack of hyenas.

If that is not enough, the channel has four more clips counting down the 50th to 11th top natural history moments. 

Info: BBC Earth’s YouTube

2. TRY: A virtual film quiz


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Grab your trivia-loving friends to support independent cinema The Projector by participating in a virtual film quiz tonight at 8pm.

The ticketed online event, held by The Projector’s Intermission Bar, costs $10 a person, with registrations closing at 7pm tonight.

All proceeds will go towards helping The Projector during the Covid-19 shutdown.

Participants can form teams of up to eight people and battle fellow film enthusiasts over Zoom. 

Info: The Projector’s website

3. Covid-19 stay-home recipe: Fuss-free mentaiko pasta for one


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Cooking for yourself does not mean boiling instant noodles or eating poorly.

For a quick yet scrumptious dish that is easy to rustle up, try mentaiko pasta.

Mentaiko is spicy cured pollock roe, but I find it more savoury than spicy. With just a few ingredients and minimal effort, you can enjoy a Japanese cafe-style one-dish meal at home.

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4. 30 Days Of Art With NAC: Moulding a universe out of clay


PHOTO: COURTESY OF STEVEN LOW

Before Covid-19 shut borders, ceramic artist Steven Low would travel regularly to Kulai in Malaysia.

The 54-year-old says: “I enjoy sourcing fresh clay materials from the local ground. I have found that they are quite easily obtainable in Malaysia.”

The pandemic has also limited his access to materials and space for creation.

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