NOV 2, 2015, 4:43 PM SGT
SINGAPORE - The crimson sunbird may be going through an identity crisis of sorts.
On Nov 1, the Nature Society's bird group wrote in a blog post that this bird is now the "official national bird of Singapore".
The red-breasted bird though, has been unofficially touted as Singapore's national bird since 2002, when it topped a poll on the topic organised by Nature Society.
But just when its status had seemingly been made official - along with that of the Common Rose butterfly - there was another twist.