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Turtle on the rocks


I’ve been fortunate to see green turtles in the water and on land. On land, they’re most often seen hauling themselves up some sandy beach to bask and rest for a few hours. 486 more words

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CUTENESS OVERLOAD, LIBARAN ISLAND / TENEREZZA INFINITA, LIBARAN ISLAND / 超级可爱,利巴然岛

With the cheapest transportation, the bus, we headed east of Sabah to Sandakan’s harbour in order to reach Libaran Island. On the way, wanting to enjoy the scenic views, the scenario was sadly monotonous: palm oil plantations. 1,004 more words

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Abstracts: Impressionist photo of Hawaiian sea turtles


Kiholo Bay is a popular spot for Hawaiian green sea turtles. On a recent hike I saw several of them on land and in the water. 34 more words

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"Thank You for not wearing bikinis in the streets of Gili"

The day we arrived in Gili Trawangan was bit a hectic and stressful, but the relaxed vibes of the island quickly took hold once we spent a few hours there. 861 more words

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Brant goose


Brant geese are rare visitors to Hawaii so it was nice to see this one puttering in the shallows at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, north of Kona. 36 more words

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HIKKADUWA.GREEN TURTLES IN THE SEA

Sri Lanka offers great opportunities to spot turtles nesting or swimming near the coast.Five of the seven species of sea turtles come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka.Rekawa, near Tangalle, is an excellent place where you can observe turtles nesting.It’s an inexpensive activity.You can take a tuk-tuk from Tangalle at night and go to Rekawa Turtle Observation Camp, pay the fees there,and then a guide will take you with a group of other people to see the turtles nesting.When a turtle is spotted you must keep a distance and be silent cause turtles could feel stress and avoid to nest there.Flash is not allowed as well,that’s why i couldn’t take a decent shot to post in my blog. 261 more words

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Abstracts: Green turtle swimming


A green turtle swims through rippling shallow water at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.

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