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Navy ‘Turtle Conservation Project’

Another 78 turtle hatchlings released

Turtle hatchlings being released to the sea
Turtle hatchlings being released to the sea

The Turtle Conservation Unit in Panama managed under the Navy ‘Turtle Conservation Project’ released another seventy eight (78) sea turtle hatchlings, which were hatched under their supervision, on Monday (March 9, 2020).

Accordingly, these 78 sea turtle hatchlings which emerged from the eggs hatched under the Navy’s protection at the Turtle Conservation Site in Panama, which is being managed under the guidance of Commander of the Navy and the Head of the Marine and Environment Conservation Committee Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva, were released to the ocean under the supervision of Deputy Area Commander South Eastern Naval Area Commodore Neville Ubayasiri. Meanwhile, Sri Lanka Navy which foresees the significance of the conservation of marine creatures and resources, directs its manpower efficiently for conservation activities along the coastal areas of the island.

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