Turtle Conservation Project Gili Air in Indonesia with Oceans 5 follow up
As a follow up to the original story about the Turtle Conservation Project
Gili Air in Indonesia with Oceans 5, almost three months ago, it's time for this story or rather follow up.
One of the growing, young turtles
From the 88 turtles
that survived the ordeal before being looked after at Oceans 5 dive center, there are now 80 left alive. In general they're doing very well and eating each day like there's no tomorrow!
One of the three basins used for the conversation project
They tend to gang up on their weaker family members by nibbling on their front flippers which in the long run would hurt them and kill them. Some of them will therefor be isolated for periods of time, until their flippers are healed again.
The house that holds the three basins
Things are looking good and during my next visit, scheduled for late February next year, I will provide a next update.
Labels: Endangered marine species, Gili Air, Indonesia