Conservationists release endangered turtles to sea
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Morong - Hundreds of tiny turtle hatchlings emerge above a Philippine beach at night and immediately look to the sea, hoping to beat huge odds and start a remarkable trans-oceanic journey lasting decades. The olive ridleys, each shorter than a credit card, are among five species of sea turtles in the Philippines that are in danger of extinction, mostly because they are prized as a protein-rich food.
Agence France-Presse. (2016, March 1). Conservationists release endangered turtles to sea. Manila Standard, p. A7.
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