Nicaraguan Army monitors and announces arrival of 15,000 endangered turtles

Army monitors and announces arrival of 15,000 endangered turtles

Officials announced receipt of wildlife refuges on the beaches and Chacocente Flower

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Army monitors and announces arrival of 15,000 endangered turtlesThe Army expects to monitor the arrival of the turtles in order to ensure smooth nesting on these beaches. About 15,000 sea turtles are endangered formed nests in the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, said an official source. The Army of Nicaragua, which protects Wildlife Refuges nesting turtles to nest, said in a statement that these marine reptiles have made their nests on the beaches and Chacocente La Flor in the departments (provinces) of Rivas and Carazo, in the Pacific.