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Strange bird, sea turtle hatchlings released on protected Indonesian beach

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Working on a remote and protected beach in Indonesia, conservationists recently celebrated the release of rare animal hatchlings into the wild, part of a plan to save the olive ridley sea turtle and an extraordinary bird called the maleo. “The joint release of maleos and olive ridleys on the same day is a boost to the conservation of both species in Sulawesi,” said the scientists. “The protection of the beachfront lands which are critical nesting grounds for both species will help safeguard this part of Indonesia’s natural heritage.”

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