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A national park in South Thailand’s Phang Nga province has reported yesterday that 60 sea turtle eggs were found on a beach near the park’s office. The eggs are believed to have come from a green sea turtle, and are expected to hatch in 60 days. The eggs have now been moved to a safe area nearby, in order to protect them from weather damage. The Similan National Park reported that the eggs were buried on a beach on Miang Island. Green sea turtles are listed as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Only one in […]

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