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DMCR has been Notified of Mother Sea Turtles to Lay Their Eggs at Koh Thonglang area

Updated: Nov 4, 2022

On October 22nd, 2022, Rare Marine Animal Group staff under the Central Coastal and Marine Resources Research Center of Thailand Received notification from forest ranger No.3 under Mu Ko Chumphon National Park. Department of National Parks wild animals and plants That the patrols found sea turtle footprints to lay eggs at Koh Thong Lang, Village No. 3, Sairee Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chumphon Province on the night of October 21, 2022. According to the inspection, the footprint is 30-75cm wide the footprint is expected to be a Hawkbilled turtle, hole is 30 cm wide the depth is 30-48cm. There are 173 turtle eggs with a diameter of 3cm. Because the nest is at the highest water level, the nest is at risk of flooding Kura Island.

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