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INDONESIA-WILDLIFE/TURTLES
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January 20, 2022 
A girl holds a baby Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), that was rescued from predators... 
Bali, Indonesia 
A girl holds a baby Olive Ridley sea turtle that was rescued from predators by the local conservation... 
A girl holds a baby Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), that was rescued from predators by the local conservation community and will be released to the sea, in Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, January 20, 2022. REUTERS/Sultan Anshori 
INDIA-ANIMALS/
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December 26, 2020 
A crow feeds on a dead Olive Ridley turtle washed ashore at Marina beach in Chennai, India, December... 
Chennai, India 
A crow feeds on a dead Olive Ridley turtle washed ashore at Marina beach in Chennai 
A crow feeds on a dead Olive Ridley turtle washed ashore at Marina beach in Chennai, India, December 26, 2020. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2XX 
September 04, 2019 
Local resident Rene Briones stands next to Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador,... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Local resident Rene Briones stands next to Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same 
Local resident Rene Briones stands next to Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
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September 04, 2019 
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same 
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
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September 04, 2019 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach... 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2XT 
September 04, 2019 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach... 
Local resident Rene Briones helps Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings to crawl towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2XF 
September 04, 2019 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2XC 
September 04, 2019 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same 
Local resident Rene Briones holds Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
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September 04, 2019 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019.... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
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September 04, 2019 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019.... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2X3 
September 04, 2019 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019.... 
Esmeraldas, Ecuador 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same 
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia 
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
RTSCX3D 
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
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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
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
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
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it arrives at Sea World's... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Rescued endangered olive ridley turtle swims at Sea World's animal rescue center in San Deigo 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it 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
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it arrives at Sea World's... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Rescued endangered olive ridley turtle swims at Sea World's animal rescue center in San Deigo 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it 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
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles is lifted into a waiting pool as it arrives at Sea... 
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 is lifted into a waiting pool as it 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
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it arrives at Sea World's... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Rescued endangered olive ridley turtle swims at Sea World's animal rescue center in San Deigo 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it 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
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles is lifted into a waiting pool as it arrives at Sea... 
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 is lifted into a waiting pool as it 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
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it arrives at Sea World's... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Rescued endangered olive ridley turtle swims at Sea World's animal rescue center in San Deigo 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles swims in its new pool as it 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
CALIFORNIA-TURTLES/
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March 31, 2016 
One of two rescued endangered olive ridley turtles is lifted into a waiting pool as it arrives at Sea... 
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 is lifted into a waiting pool as it 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
Animals
Animals 
Turtle Hatchlings Released in Mexico - 22 Nov 2013 
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NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG3X 
November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 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. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
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November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle arrives at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee during nesting season, about 150 km (93... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle arrives at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee during nesting season 
An Olive Ridley turtle arrives at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee during nesting season, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 14, 2012. La Flor is one of only seven beaches in Central America where more than 100,000 Olive Ridley turtles nest in the La Flor beach each year. Pictures taken November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG3V 
November 15, 2012 
A vulture stands next to an Olive Ridley turtle during nesting season at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee,... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Vulture stands next to an Olive Ridley turtle during nesting season at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
A vulture stands next to 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 SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG3S 
November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle is seen during nesting season in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (100... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle is seen during nesting season in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
An Olive Ridley turtle is seen during nesting season in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (100 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 SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG3A 
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) 
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RTR3AG2V 
November 15, 2012 
Vultures follow an Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Vultures follow an Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
Vultures follow an Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 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.REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG2Q 
November 15, 2012 
A vulture follows an Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Vulture follows Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
A vulture follows an Olive Ridley turtle after the turtle nested at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 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. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG2H 
November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 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. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG2D 
November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle nests at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle nests at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
An Olive Ridley turtle nests 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. Picture taken November 14,2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG24 
November 15, 2012 
Soldiers patrol the beach as they guard against turtle egg thieves at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, during... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Soldiers patrol beach as they guard against turtle egg thieves at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, during... 
Soldiers patrol the beach as they guard against turtle egg thieves at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, during the arrival of Olive Ridley turtles, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 2012. According to the 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 each year. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY MILITARY) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR3AG1T 
November 15, 2012 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
An Olive Ridley turtle returns to the ocean after nesting at the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 2012. According Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, La Flor is one of seven beaches in Central America where more than 100,000 Olive Ridley turtles nest at each year. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
NICARAGUA/
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November 15, 2012 
Two Olive Ridley turtles are seen in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua... 
La Flor, Nicaragua 
Two Olive Ridley turtles are seen in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee 
Two Olive Ridley turtles are seen in the La Flor Wildlife Refugee, about 150 km (93 miles) south of Managua November 15, 2012. According Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, La Flor is one of seven beaches in Central America where more than 100,000 Olive Ridley turtles nest each year. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012 
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch on San Diego Beach in La Libertad 
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch 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. Picture taken with long exposure. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad... 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the 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) 
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012 
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest on San Diego Beach in La Libertad 
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest 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) 
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) 
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) 
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012 
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at San Diego... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at San Diego... 
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at 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) 
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRR 
October 04, 2012 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad 
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl 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) 
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 crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad 
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) 
ELSALVADOR/
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October 04, 2012 
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at San... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at San... 
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at 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) 
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October 04, 2012 
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the... 
La Libertad, El Salvador 
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the... 
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation) at San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 2, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs from their nests in order to protect them from looters before selling them to the foundation, where the turtles are hatched and then released into the ocean. Picture taken October 2, 2012. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
MEXICO/
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September 29, 2012 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State September 28, 2012.Mexican naval personnel and conservationists on Friday (September 28) 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) 
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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 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 
An olive ridley turtle hatchling reaches the shore after it was released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico 
An olive ridley turtle hatchling reaches the shore after it was released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
An olive ridley turtle hatchling reaches the shore after it was released 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) 
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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) 
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September 28, 2012 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State... 
Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released 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) 
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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) 
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September 28, 2012 
A child holds an olive ridley turtle hatchling before letting it crawl to the ocean in Salina Cruz in... 
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico 
A child holds an olive ridley turtle hatchling before letting it crawl to the ocean in Salina Cruz in... 
A child holds an olive ridley turtle hatchling before letting it crawl to 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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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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) 
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