Baby sea turtles released off San Jose shores
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Sixty-five green sea turtle (Cheloniamydas) hatchlings and three juvenile hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricate) were recently released on the shores of Barangay Madrangca of this capital town. Being in a province with a Pawikan Conservation Program, residents of Barangay Madrangca, together with the local government unit of San Jose, took care of the turtle eggs and protected them from threats upon their discovery near the shorelines. After the eggs hatched, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office facilitated the hatchlings’ release.
Baby sea turtles released off San Jose shores. (2017, September 30). Panay News, pp. 2, 14.
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Eggs; Sea turtles; Coral reefs; Beaches; Surf; Species; Sexual maturity; Governments; Rare species; Animal welfare; Environmental protection; Sea grass; Orientation; Yolk; Public sector; Coastal zone management; Marine ecology; Survival; Eretmochelys imbricata; Chelonia mydas; International Union for Conservation of Nature; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Protected Area Management and Biodiversity Conservation Unit of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office; Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office; Sampulna, Jim; Oczon, Joery; Flores, Kenny Marie
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