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CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles arrives at Sea World's animal rescue center after...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Rescued endangered olive ridley turtle arrives at Sea World's animal rescue center in San Deigo
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles arrives at Sea World's animal rescue center after being flown from the Oregon coast by the U.S. Coast Guard to San Diego, California March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Animals
Animals
Turtle Hatchlings Released in Mexico - 22 Nov 2013
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NICARAGUA/
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November 15, 2012
A tourist takes a picture of an Olive Ridley turtle during nesting season at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee,...
La Flor, Nicaragua
Tourist takes picture of Olive Ridley turtle during nesting season at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee
A tourist takes a picture of an Olive Ridley turtle during nesting season at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 14, 2012. According Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARENA), La Flor is one of seven beaches in Central America where more than 100,000 Olive Ridley turtles nest at each year. Pictures taken November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL)
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling, also known as Olive Ridley turtle, crawls into the ocean after being released...
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO/
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September 29, 2012
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina...
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina...
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State September 28, 2012.Mexican naval personnel and conservationists on Friday released 4,000 turtle hatchlings into the Pacific after they were born in a government facility. The turtles' eggs were hatched in incubators after they were extracted from their nests by the Mexican Navy in order to protect the eggs from looters. The eggs are a traditional part of the diet on Oaxaca's sweltering coastal plains, where markets openly display them alongside turtle meat, despite laws prohibiting their sale. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
MEXICO/
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September 28, 2012
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina...
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina...
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings swim in a plastic container before their release into the ocean in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State September 28, 2012.Mexican naval personnel and conservationists on Friday released 4,000 turtle hatchlings into the Pacific after they were born in a government facility, much to the delight of a cheering crowd of local children on hand to watch the turtles walk out to sea. the turtles' eggs were hatched in incubators after they were extracted from their nests by the Mexican Navy in order to protect the eggs from looters. The eggs are a traditional part of the diet on Oaxaca's sweltering coastal plains, where markets openly display them alongside turtle meat, despite laws prohibiting their sale. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
MEXICO/
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September 28, 2012
People look as an olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released in coordination...
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico
People look as an olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released in coordination...
People look as an olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released in coordination with the Mexican Navy in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State September 28, 2012. Mexican naval personnel and conservationists on Friday released 4,000 turtle hatchlings into the Pacific after they were born in a government facility. The turtles' eggs were hatched in incubators after they were extracted from their nests by the Mexican Navy in order to protect the eggs from looters. The eggs are a traditional part of the diet on Oaxaca's sweltering coastal plains, where markets openly display them alongside turtle meat, despite laws prohibiting their sale. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the...
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S05
September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
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September 10, 2012
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
PANAMA/
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October 14, 2011
An Olive Ridley turtle, without fins, sits on a tyre before being released into the sea in Panama City...
Panama City, Panama
An Olive Ridley turtle, without fins, sits on a tyre before being released into the sea in Panama City...
An Olive Ridley turtle, without fins, sits on a tyre before being released into the sea in Panama City October 13, 2011. The turtle was released Thursday, a month after a group of children found it injured on the beach and placed in the ARAP's care, according to local media. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDIA/
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January 04, 2009
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya, about 130 km (84 miles)...
Rushikulya, India
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya, about 130 km (84 miles) from the eastern Indian town of Bhubaneswar, January 4, 2009. The turtles have started mating in the sea near the Rushikulya river mouth, enlivening hopes among environmental activists that they may arrive at the coast in the coming months to lay their eggs, local media reported. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
INDIA/
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January 04, 2009
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya, about 130 km (84 miles)...
Rushikulya, India
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya
A pair of Olive Ridley turtles mate along the Bay of Bengal near Rushikulya, about 130 km (84 miles) from the eastern Indian town of Bhubaneswar, January 4, 2009. The turtles have started mating in the sea near the Rushikulya river mouth, enlivening hopes among environmental activists that they may arrive at the coast in the coming months to lay their eggs, local media reported. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
Animals
Animals
Releasing Endangered Turtle Hatchlings in El Salvador - 12 Oct 2008
7 PICTURES
ELSALVADOR/
RTX9FX9
October 11, 2008
A Golfina turtle crawls on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities...
TOLUCA BEACH, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle crawls on Toluca Beach
A Golfina turtle crawls on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities and volunteers released into the sea about 1,500 Golfina turtles born in captivity. Golfina turtles, also know as Olive Ridley turtles, are endangered and are listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
ELSALVADOR/
RTX9FWO
October 11, 2008
A man holds Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008....
TOLUCA BEACH, El Salvador
A man holds Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach
A man holds Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities and volunteers released into the sea about 1,500 Golfina turtles born in captivity. Golfina turtles, also know as Olive Ridley turtles, are endangered and are listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
ELSALVADOR/
RTX9FWD
October 11, 2008
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10,...
TOLUCA BEACH, El Salvador
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities and volunteers released into the sea about 1,500 Golfina turtles born in captivity. Golfina turtles, also know as Olive Ridley turtles, are endangered and are listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). Picture taken October 10, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
ELSALVADOR/
RTX9FVT
October 11, 2008
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10,...
TOLUCA BEACH, El Salvador
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach
Salvadorans release Golfina turtle hatchlings on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities and volunteers released into the sea about 1,500 Golfina turtles born in captivity. Golfina turtles, also know as Olive Ridley turtles, are endangered and are listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). Picture taken October 10, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
ELSALVADOR/
RTX9FVN
October 11, 2008
A man holds a Golfina turtle hatchling on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008....
TOLUCA BEACH, El Salvador
A man holds a Golfina turtle hatchling on Toluca Beach
A man holds a Golfina turtle hatchling on Toluca Beach, 40 km south of San Salvador, October 10, 2008. Ecological authorities and volunteers released into the sea about 1,500 Golfina turtles born in captivity. Golfina turtles, also know as Olive Ridley turtles, are endangered and are listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES). REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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