Turtle hatchery releases 5,000th batch of hatchlings


Egg-straordinary individuals: Kolej Komuniti students with honorary wildlife wardens at the Pulau Mabul turtle hatchery.

KOTA KINABALU: A turtle hatchery at Pulau Mabul near the diving haven of Sipadan is celebrating a milestone with the release of the 5,000th batch of hatchlings recently.

The eggs were collected from 66 turtle nests and brought to the hatchery run by dive operator Scuba Junkie and the Sabah Wildlife Department.

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