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Local communities aid conservation of Olive Ridley sea turtles

IPS, 27/03/2014 -- Despite cheek-by-jowl proximity with over 6,000 people in three fishing villages, the Rushikulya river mouth rookery in eastern India’s Odisha state has become a steady favourite of the nesting Olive Ridley sea turtle.Community conservation efforts are being credited for the increasing mass nesting.

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