WHILE PEOPLE SIT AT HOME QUARANTINED, OLIVE TURTLES LAY MORE THAN 60 MILLION EGGS ON THE BEACH

OLIVE TURTLES LAY MORE THAN 60 MILLION EGGS ON THE BEACH
OLIVE TURTLES LAY MORE THAN 60 MILLION EGGS ON THE BEACH

The situation, which looks like a real drama, led to the fact that not only nature finally breathed a sigh of relief, but also living things, which are often threatened by the presence of man.

Thus, an inspirational phenomenon has recently been observed along the coast of Odish in eastern India. Sea turtles, which are very vulnerable and are at risk “due to” environmental pollution and human activities, have taken advantage of quarantine and arranged hundreds of thousands of nests on the shore.

We are talking about olive turtles, who managed to get to the coast on the beach of Rushikul in order to dig nests and lay eggs in a few days. Everything happened absolutely safe, although usually the process is violated not only by local fishermen, but also by numerous tourists who specially come here for an exciting sight.

Usually the process attracts crowds of onlookers. However, the main trouble is poachers who collect eggs on the beach and then resell them in local markets. However, this time the sea turtles nested in complete calm.

According to The Hindu, the local animal welfare authorities are doing everything possible to make the masonry as safe as possible for turtles. According to preliminary estimates, a total of about 60 million eggs will be laid on the beach.

The extraordinary event that the whole world encountered unexpectedly turned out to be a positive effect for turtles, because last year they could not even get to the shore. As soon as a person retreats, nature immediately takes its toll. But can we learn from what is happening at least some lesson in the future?

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