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World's largest green turtle colony nearly twice as big as thought
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11 June 2020
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The world's largest population of nesting green turtles is nearly twice as big as previously thought, scientists said on Wednesday [10 June], after drones enabled better surveys of the animals. Australian scientists determined that there were about 64,000 green turtles waiting to lay eggs on Raine Island -- a vegetated coral cay on the outer edges of the Great Barrier Reef -- significantly more than thought. The research is good news for scientists concerned about declining numbers of green turtles.
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