Indigenous Comcáac Turtle Group Saves Sea Turtles in Mexico’s Gulf of California

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Takeaways:

  • In El Desemboque de los Seris, the Sea Turtle Group of the Comcáac people are helping to protect the sea turtle population.
  • In five years, the group has released over 8000 olive ridley sea turtle hatching along the the Mancha Blanca and El Faro beach.
  • This turtle is not longer considered endangered and now hold a vulnerable status thanks to the work of the community.

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