Season’s 35th Olive Ridley Turtle Nest Discovered

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The overall contribution and importance of solitary nesting females for the population may be underestimated by the scientific community as the hatching success rate of nests at arribada beaches is generally low, but high at solitary nesting beaches.

This seasons 35th Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Nest was discovered today by the local fishermen community. This adds another 100’s of eggs and 100’s of hatchlings soon.

Look at the proximity to the proposed port which is going to destroy the nesting space of Olive Ridley Sea Turtles in the future.

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