This video says about itself:
At the time, scientists had been moving eggs in a desperate bid to save the species.
Now, as part of our “What happened Next?” series, Rachel Levin travels back to Tamaulipas reserve to see how the turtles are doing.
Al Jazeera’s Rachel Levine reports from La Pesca, Mexico.
A recent decision by the Alabama state legislature to allocate funds from an early settlement with British Petroleum (BP) to build a convention center has aroused anger from Gulf Coast environmental groups. The project is part of a $594 million plan announced last week by BP and the five Gulf Coast states affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster: here.
August 2012. After a leak of seawater from a pipe, 300 Green turtles have died at a turtle farm on the Cayman Islands. The turtle farm is a controversial turtle breeding centre that also sells turtle products to raise money. Not everyone agrees with this style of conservation, and although much good has been done in boosting local populations of turtles, there is much disquiet in some quarters about their methods: here.
Endangered Sea Turtles Face Increased Threats: here.