My heart! It’s such a welcome sight to see baby turtles hatching from their shells and crawling towards the ocean, especially after all that Boracay has been through in terms of rehabilitation.
66 Olive Ridley turtles were released into the ocean (watch them waddle, so cute) after being incubated for over 60 days starting November 2019. It fills our hearts with hope to see our wildlife returning to us. With their return, we look forward to more wildlife coming back and inhabiting our oceans again. Efforts to continue rehabilitating Boracay are now blooming and we couldn’t be happier!
Turtles play a very important part in maintaining the health of our marine wildlife, so having them is instrumental. We’ve got high hopes, not just for Boracay, but for our other beaches as well!
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