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Report: Thousands of turtle hatchlings crushed by excavators

Thousands of endangered leatherback turtle hatchlings were killed over the weekend in an erosion-control project on a Trinidad beach, according to reports from the Caribbean island. The work was done by the Trinidadian Ministry of Works after it got reports that erosion from the Grande Riviere river was threatening several homes and hotels. Excavators were used to try [...]
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