Recovering Turtle Populations are a Win for Seychelle Conservation Efforts

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Takeaways:

  • Since 1968, conservation efforts to save the green turtles in Seychelles has been a great success as turtle nests increased between 410% and 665%.
  • Leaving the turtles undisturbed has led the Aldabra Atoll to become the world’s second largest sea turtle breeding ground.
  • Other green turtle population recoveries has occurred in Australia, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Mexico and on Ascension Island.

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