Read more about the article World’s Largest Hatching Of Baby Turtles
Millions of South American river turtle hatchlings emerge from sandy beaches along Guapore/Intenez River along the border of Brazil and Bolivia in the western Amazon Basin, undated. Scientists use drones to estimate adult turtle numbers – considered to be the largest aggregation of nesting turtles on the planet. (WCS/Newsflash)

World’s Largest Hatching Of Baby Turtles

This incredible video footage shows hundreds of thousands of baby giant South American river turtles (Podocnemis expansa) recently emerging from nesting beaches along the Guapore/Intenez River along the border of…

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Read more about the article Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution
Picture shows two green turtles (Chelonia mydas) that were returned to the sea on the beaches of San Clemente del Tuyu, Argentina, on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. They were rescued after getting caught in the nets of fishermen and rehabilitated. (Fundacion Mundo Marino/Newsflash)

Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution

Marine life experts use two endangered turtles rescued from plastic pollution and fishing nets to educate beachgoers in Argentina. The green sea turtles were rescued after becoming caught in artisanal…

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Read more about the article 14 Rare Turtles Are Released Back Into The Sea
Picture shows some of the 14 Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) Fourteen turtles going into the sea on the beach of El Puig, in Spain, this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. (Oceanografic Valencia/Newsflash)

14 Rare Turtles Are Released Back Into The Sea

https://youtu.be/gNHocZnaT7o Oceanografic Valencia/Newsflash 14 rare sea turtles are released into the ocean. Footage of the release shows the loggerhead sea turtles- Caretta caretta - being released into the sea on…

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Read more about the article All Turtles At Recovery Centre Found To Have Ingested Plastic
Pictures shows the microplastics ingested by the turtles recovered in the La Tahonilla Wildlife Recovery Center, in Tenerife, Spain, undated. All the turtles treated at the centre have ingested plastic throughout their lives. (Cabildo Insular de Tenerife/Newsflash)

All Turtles At Recovery Centre Found To Have Ingested Plastic

A worrying new report has shown that all turtles treated at an animal recovery centre in Tenerife have ingested plastic. Plastic traces were found in stool samples from every turtle…

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Read more about the article Double Headed Conjoined Twin Turtles Die Of Multiple Organ Failure
Siamese twin turtles found by tourists in Pamukkale travertines region, Turkey. (Dr. Eyup Baskale/Newsflash)

Double Headed Conjoined Twin Turtles Die Of Multiple Organ Failure

These rare conjoined twin turtles that made international headlines after they were found on a beach by a tourist have died of multiple organ failure. The conjoined turtles were found…

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Read more about the article Frozen Turtles Thaw And Come Back To Life After Woman Leaves Them Outside In Icy Temps
Pet turtles frozen to ice before being brought back to life in Zhengzhou, China. (1594631633/AsiaWire)

Frozen Turtles Thaw And Come Back To Life After Woman Leaves Them Outside In Icy Temps

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This is the moment a Chinese woman films her pet turtles apparently coming back to life after they froze in blocks of ice when she left them outside in bitter…

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Read more about the article British Marine Wildlife Expert: New Galapagos Fishing Policy Threatens Critically Endangered Species
Green sea turtle. Mr Green, who took the photograph himself, told Real Press: "Its forefin was almost amputated by the longline but many die as they cannot reach the surface to breathe." He added: "This one was lucky to be alive as it was still just about able to reach the surface to breathe. But a lot of turtles get ensnared in the lines and tangled, and as they cannot breathe, they die. They are then usually discarded."

British Marine Wildlife Expert: New Galapagos Fishing Policy Threatens Critically Endangered Species

People in the Galapagos Islands are using controversial longline fishing methods where hundreds of hooks are baited to catch fish but also catch everything from seabirds through to turtles and…

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