Monthly Archives: August 2010

LAMU MARINE CONSERVATION TRUST’S FIRST EVER LOGGERHEAD TURTLE

Lamu Marine Consevation Trust tagged their first ever Loggerhead turtleĀ on 24th August 2010. The turtle was accidently caught in a net by a fisherman. The turtle was very strong and active and was really hard to calm down. Fortunately the turtle got an adopter and because she was in a terriffic condition, she was ready […]

Green Turtle Slowly Recovering

After a nearly going extinct of sea turtles, the green sea turtles are slowly recovering populations in breeding grounds. The turtles have been exploited for centuries for meat, eggs and shells. Because the turtle spend most of thier lives in the sea it is difficult to calculate thier population numbers, we make an effort on […]