This video from Australia is called Western Swamp Tortoises hatching at Perth Zoo.
From Wildlife Extra:
August 2008. Australia’s Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) have released 24 critically endangered Western Swamp Tortoises into a new site at Moore River Nature Reserve; the tortoises were bred at Perth Zoo. A few years ago, there were less than 200 of these critically endangered tortoises left in the wild.
DEC Senior Research Scientist Dr Gerald Kuchling said the translocation is part of the Western Swamp Tortoise Recovery Plan which aims to bring the species back from the brink of extinction. The Western Swamp Tortoise is one of the world’s rarest tortoises or turtles.
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