Volunteers conserve endangered sea turtles in remote Panama
JAQUE, Panama Iver Valencia goes out at dusk each evening during nesting season with a group of lantern-wielding villagers to walk a stretch of Panamanian beach. Their mission: to find nests where endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles lay their eggs and take them to a hatchery safe from predators.
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