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The green turtle of Sukamade

  • A cat watches a turtle lay eggs on a beach. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    A cat watches a turtle lay eggs on a beach. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

  • A hatchling crawls to the water two weeks after it hatched in Sukamade. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    A hatchling crawls to the water two weeks after it hatched in Sukamade. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

  • Volunteers count the number of successfully hatched eggs at the incubation center. Eggs are collected from the beach and hatched at the facility to protect them from predators. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    Volunteers count the number of successfully hatched eggs at the incubation center. Eggs are collected from the beach and hatched at the facility to protect them from predators. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

  • A volunteer holds a newly hatched turtle. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    A volunteer holds a newly hatched turtle. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

  • Tourists and volunteers watch a Green Turtle laying her eggs at night. The turtles’ avoid sunlight because it can damage their eyes. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    Tourists and volunteers watch a Green Turtle laying her eggs at night. The turtles’ avoid sunlight because it can damage their eyes. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

  • Baby turtles from the artificial hatching center are quarantined for two weeks before being released. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

    Baby turtles from the artificial hatching center are quarantined for two weeks before being released. JP/ Sigit Pamungkas

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