A bounty of almost 90 hatched green sea turtle eggs has been discovered at the site of what is believed to be the first on-Island hatchlings for 100 years.The news comes after some 11 baby turtles were found wandering on or around Buildings Bay, St George’s — believed to be the result of a translocation project conducted here between 1968 and 1978 when eggs from Costa Rica were buried in the area.It was hoped that the emerging hatchlings would imprint on Bermuda and return in their maturity
Source: Hopes of sea turtle breeding ground | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News
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