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The National Jun 16
65 rescued sea turtles released into the ocean in Dubai |
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Alysia Hush 44m
If I kill myself it’s only because I want to go to sleep
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS Jun 16
Do you know mass nesting of is a phenomenon as old as dinosaurs. In this amazing thing happens at many places. I had opportunity to watch it, and it’s breathtaking. A must watch video explaining it on .
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Wayfairer Travel Jun 16
It’s ! Did you know that there are seven species of sea turtle, but almost all of them are endangered? Find out ways of protecting their habitat at: 🌊
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Neal Maxwell Jun 16
Happy Some amazing facts about these wonderful creatures.
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Awkwardperson Jun 17
I wanna die before the world ends because i dont wanna witness it.
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Catherine E. Hart Jun 16
Not such a happy for this male olive ridley. Looks like he died in a net (hind flipper hanging off). Took him off beach and buried him away from people out on El Naranjo. June is our busy time for strandings.
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LifeNationalUAE Jun 16
In honour of , dozens of rehabilitated turtles were released into the sea in Dubai on Sunday morning.
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JulioCésartist Jun 13
Replying to @juliocesartist8
Here is my painting capturing the lovely creatures and see if gou can spot the Coca Cola politants in the painting
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JacsWanderlust Jun 16
Today is , let's all work to stop polluting our oceans with plastics so future generations can enjoy this amazing creature 🌊🌊🌊
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Dibaq Aquaculture Jun 16
Today is the ! 🐢🎉🎉 Although they are loved, and their spawning is celebrated in many countries, they face many dangers such as the presence of plastics in the water, global warming, and their capture... What can we do to help them!?
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Martin Dawes Jun 16
It may be father’s day but it may be good to dive into the pockets for the turtles!
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Int Pole & Line Fdn Jun 16
By choosing tuna caught using selective one-by-one methods such as pole-and-line you can help safeguard turtles 🐢
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Po-Wah So Jun 16
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Zach Spreitzer Jun 13
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Wayfairer Travel Jun 16
The Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle is the smallest and rarest sea turtle in the world and also one of the most critically endangered 🌊 Read more at:
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Abhijit Debnath 🇮🇳 Jun 16
I think nesting also happens in Andaman's Diglipur beaches. Nice video sir Ji.
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 11
Today’s visitor, just a bit late for
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RennerCat Jun 13
I'd rather see hashtags like 🐢 and 🌊 than 🍟or 🍩 We need a 🐬 🐿too.... Who is in charge of this? 🤔
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Herbiⓥore Jun 18
The single greatest threat to turtles is fishing gear. Are you still eating fish?
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