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Oaxaca turtle beaches get feds’ surveillance

Environmental authorities say they have protected 382,869 marine turtles’ nests on beaches in Oaxaca this season, and recovered more than 14,700 eggs either left exposed in the sand or found FULL STORY The post Oaxaca turtle beaches get feds’ surveillance appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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