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Bangladesh Has Seen It's Highest Number Of Olive Ridley Turtle Eggs

This year, Bangladesh has seen its highest number of olive ridley turtle eggs, thanks to extensive conservation actions, including building awareness among local people and the vigilance of local conservation groups to ensure favorable conditions for the species.
Nature Conservation Management (NACOM) found 12,425 eggs in five turtle hatcheries — Pachar Island, Shilkali Island, Shahpari Island, Matharbunia, and Shonadia Island in Cox’s Bazar district — through April 17 this year.



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  • George Kariuki

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    Fantastic news for Bangladesh and Olive Ridley turtles! This shows the power of conservation efforts.

    • Munene Mugambi

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      The increase in olive ridley turtle eggs in Bangladesh reflects successful conservation efforts, highlighting the positive impact of community engagement and vigilant monitoring on biodiversity preservation and ecosystem health. It works if we make it work

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        • Elizabeth Gathigia

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          Great news, this is a result of working together to protect this wonderful creatures

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          • Munene Mugambi

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            @elizbeth_gathigia And a call to show that we should try this method on other endangered creatures so as to save them from extinction. We can do this

          • Princess

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            What incredible news for Bangladesh and the olive ridley turtles!

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            • Sarah Chabane

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              Biodiversity conservation works 💪

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              • Nancy Owusua Acquah

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                Conservation is yielding results. That's the way to go

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                • Joseph Githinji

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                  Great to see conservation efforts pay off. This is a good start for Bangladesh and they shouldn't stop at this, I believe there's more that can be done still.

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                  • Munene Mugambi

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                    @joseph_githinji it is a testament to show that when conservation efforts are taken seriously, they actually do bear fruits and this is why we should take such programs seriously in future and fund them properly

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