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May 06, 2013
A green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas), known locally as the krape, returns to the ocean after nesting for...
MAROWIJNE DISTRICT, Suriname
A green sea turtle returns to the ocean after nesting on Babunsanti Beach in Marowijne District
A green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas), known locally as the krape, returns to the ocean after nesting for two hours on Babunsanti Beach in the Galibi nature reserve situated on the eastern edge of the Marowijne River estuary, May 5, 2013. Apart from natural threats from vultures, sand crabs and jaguars, game wardens also consider poachers to be a major danger to the survival of this endangered species of turtle as they steal their eggs to sell for consumption in the cities. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: ANIMALS)
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