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Rare turtle lays eggs on tourist-free Thai beach
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5 June 2020
On 5 June 2020 Reuters reported:
A critically endangered turtle emerged from the sea to lay at least 80 eggs on a Thai beach just minutes before the start of World Environment Day -- just one sign of how wildlife is making the most of the coronavirus pandemic limiting human movement. The Hawksbill sea turtle chose a beach on Koh Samui, an island typically visited by several million people each year. ... 2020 has been a bumper year for turtles in Thailand, which has recorded the largest number of nests of rare leatherback sea turtles in two decades, found on beaches empty of tourists.
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