Giving turtles a helping hand

  • Nation
  • Monday, 04 Jul 2016

Aiding nature: Van Zevenbergen inspecting the nests at the Tanjung Jara beach resort hatchery. — ZABIDI TUSIN

DUNGUN: For the first time, hundreds of tiny green turtle hatchlings floundered, stopped and crawled their way into the South China Sea after being released from private hatcheries here.

They were all washed by the tides into the ocean after being helped into the sea by the hands of volunteers from Lang Tengah Turtle Watch (LTTW) and YTL Hotels.

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