Species on the de­cline.

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"Beaches in cen­tral Vieät Nam are seen as safe places for sea tur­tles to lay their eggs, but rapid de­vel­op­ment has dam­aged their en­vi­ron­ment," AÙi said.

"Nat­u­rally, baby tur­tles of­ten re­turn to the beach where they were born to lay their own eggs when they reach about 30 years later. The baby tur­tles we re­leased from Chaøm Is­land will likely re­turn to

the next he ex­plained.

He said the project would build up a base creat­ing safe nests for tur­tle and con­ser­va­tion to the species.

Traàn Thò Hoàng Thuùy, di­rec­tor of the MPA, said an area of 40sq.km on Baõi Baác Beach had been

as a pro­tected site for tur­tles to nest.

"We plan to ex­pand a strict pro­tec­tion area for the green tur­tle

ma­tu­rity spawn gen­er­a­tion," des­ig­nated

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