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Olive ridley turtles have been travelling to the sea in the daytime in India for the first time in seven years.

Stunning video footage shows thousands of baby turtles returning to the sea in daylight on a deserted Indian beach

The turtle hatchlings made the journey across the sand during the daytime for the first time in seven years.
A dead green sea turtle tangled in fishing line.

A gut-wrenching photo of a dead turtle stuck in fishing line puts the plastic problem in stark relief. The image won a prestigious award.

An underwater photography competition created a new award this year. The winning image shows the deadly consequences of ocean pollution.
A chameleon catching a bug with its lightning-quick tongue.

14 stunning pictures of reptiles in the wild — from frilled lizards to Komodo dragons

There are 10,000 species of reptiles worldwide, from tiny turtles to creatures that look like miniature dinosaurs.
Red-eared slider turtles.

More than 5,000 turtles were found smuggled in luggage at an airport in Malaysia

The red-eared slider turtles were found inside the luggage of two men who flew into the Kuala Lumpur Airport.
The waters of Croatia are famously turquoise.

A luxury cruise company is offering a scholarship for someone to travel around Croatia helping save dolphins and turtles

Alongside volunteering, the successful applicant will get to go wine tasting, truffle hunting, and snorkelling, while staying in luxury accommodation.
You can apply for a two week internship looking after turtles in the Maldives.

A luxury Maldives hotel is hiring an intern to look after turtles, with flights, villa accommodation, and dolphin-watching included

The accommodations, flights, and meals would usually cost about £5,000 ($6,300), and activities such as diving are included too.

More than 1,500 exotic turtles were found in abandoned luggage at an airport in the Philippines — and the owners could face more than a year in ...

The turtles arrived on a flight from Hong Kong, officials said, where there's a lucrative black market for the animals.

Malaysia has seized 3,300 rare pig-nosed turtles worth US$37,000

Apart from being sold as live pets, the pig-nosed turtle is often hunted for meat consumption and traditional medicines.

Singapore’s unique turtle museum is moving to a new home after 18 years

It will be relocating to leisure park Orto in Yishun in January.

There are more cigarette butts in the world’s oceans than any other type of garbage

Cigarette butts have been found to be the most common piece of human trash found in the earth's oceans. Roughly 5.5 trillion cigarettes are produced each year globally and nearly 4.95 trillion of those are cast into the environment, according to the Cigarette Butt Pollution Project.