Hamilo Coast ensures sustainable marine life
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One of the abundant naval species thriving in Hamilo Coast are marine turtles, particularly the Olive Ridley sea turtles. With its coves as frequent nesting grounds of marine turtles, Hamilo Coast is dedicated to the regular monitoring of these species' activities as part of its sustainable efforts in marine conservation. Though they are the most abundant among marine turtle species, they are listed as "vulnerable" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) because of the recent decline in the nesting of female Olive Ridleys.
Hamilo Coast ensures sustainable marine life. (2017, March 10). Malaya Business Insight, p. A10.
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