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Conservation Efforts in Bintan. Introduction. THE GREEN TURTLE Lives to 80 years old. A sea reptile. Grows to 1 metre 50 centimetres . Weighs up to 317 and a half kilograms. It is endangered. The biggest threat to them is human activity.

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introduction
Introduction
  • THE GREEN TURTLE
  • Lives to 80 years old.
  • A sea reptile.
  • Grows to 1 metre 50 centimetres.
  • Weighs up to 317 and a half kilograms.
  • It is endangered.
  • The biggest threat to them is human activity.
  • Boat propeller accidents and stealing of eggs and babies. Oh, and throwing away of plastic bags.
our visit to bintan
Our Visit To Bintan
  • In July 2009, Kathryn, James and Andrew Collins went to a place in Indonesia called Bintan.
  • We went to an area (fenced off) that a green turtle had laid its eggs (about 100).
  • The Conservation People check for turtle nests every morning and move any nests to the conservation area for safety.
conservation area
Conservation Area
  • The conservation area was fenced off from the public.
nests and eggs
Nests and Eggs
  • They check the nests daily and monitor nest temperature. The nest temperature is important in determining the gender of the turtles.
  • The eggs were underground and when they hatched they were counted, measured, put in a bucket, taken outside and released. There were a hundred baby turtles in the nest we saw.
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