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The image shows Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings.(Twitter/@susantananda3)

Over 1.48 crore Olive Ridley turtles hatch in Odisha's Gahirmatha beach. Watch

PTI |
PUBLISHED ON MAY 10, 2021 01:43 PM IST
The babies have emerged from 2.98 lakh nests dug by female turtles to lay eggs at the Nasi-ii Island, close to defence installation at the Wheelers' Island
The Olive Ridley turtles turn up in millions for mass nesting along the Odisha coast every year. (File PTI Photo)
The Olive Ridley turtles turn up in millions for mass nesting along the Odisha coast every year. (File PTI Photo)

Olive Ridley turtle mortality declines in Odisha this year: Official

PTI | , Kendrapara
PUBLISHED ON MAR 19, 2021 05:57 AM IST
Around 2,575 carcasses of Olive Ridleys have been counted in the current year so far, while 6,320 fatalities were reported in the 2019-20 nesting season.
The recent clip shared on Twitter, shows numerous baby Olive Ridley turtles scurrying on the sand to reach the ocean.(Twitter/@susantananda3)
The recent clip shared on Twitter, shows numerous baby Olive Ridley turtles scurrying on the sand to reach the ocean.(Twitter/@susantananda3)

Nothing to see here, just some adorable tiny turtles running back to the ocean. Watch

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Srimoyee Chowdhury
PUBLISHED ON MAY 08, 2020 07:44 PM IST
The clip shared on Twitter, shows numerous baby olive ridley turtles scurrying on the sand to reach the ocean. The newly hatched tiny trotters hurrying to go back to the ocean is making netizens go aww.
Conservationists in Paradip said more than a hundred Olive Ridley turtles were found dead on the beach between the Hanuman temple and Sandhakuda area this morning with dogs and crows feasting on the carcasses.(HT PHOTO.)
Conservationists in Paradip said more than a hundred Olive Ridley turtles were found dead on the beach between the Hanuman temple and Sandhakuda area this morning with dogs and crows feasting on the carcasses.(HT PHOTO.)

Hundreds of Olive Ridley carcasses wash ashore on Odisha beach

Hindustan Times, Bhubaneswar | By Debabrata Mohanty
UPDATED ON JAN 31, 2020 09:17 PM IST
The Olive Ridley turtles are Schedule I species under the Wildlife (Protection) Act, and are listed as ‘endangered’ in the IUCN Red Data Book. The marine turtles begin arriving for mass mating close to the Odisha coast from November.
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