Caught with protected Green Turtle
Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Four caught in Cedros with protected Green Turtle
LONG CRAWL TO FREEDOM
A CHELONIA Mydas, commonly known as a green sea turtle, had an extraordinary journey from being grabbed and forced into a crocus bag, to being rescued on Monday, taken to court as evidence in a case against four men and finally, yesterday, taken to a beach in Cedros where it crawled into the sea and swam off.
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