One of the world’s most endangered species, the sea turtle, is under threat from human encroachment and poaching. But a conservation biologist has developed a strategy that could help save them. By placing 3D-printed eggs with GPS trackers in nesting grounds, poachers who scoop up decoys unwittingly provide information for conservationists and law enforcement. John Yang reports.
Sea turtles have inhabited the oceans for at least 120 million years. But they are now among the most endangered species on the planet.
John Yang has the story about a global effort aimed at saving them.
Most people head to the beach for the sun. In Costa Rica, we went as the sun was setting, and stayed into the night.
And keep not in front of me, but sort of a little bit behind me, just so that, if I see tracks ahead of me, I will be able to stop us and …
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