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In Malaysia, Warmer Temperatures Mean Fewer Male Sea Turtles, Hurting Conservation Efforts

7 June 2024 15:31 WIB

A conservationist measures the length of a turtle after it laid eggs at the shore of the South China Sea at Redang Island, Malaysia on May 22, 2024. On a secluded Malaysian beach, a group of volunteers carefully retrieved newly laid sea turtle eggs in the sand and moved them to a shady, cooler location, in response to fears by researchers that warmer weather is leading to fewer male hatchlings. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB

Volunteers relocate turtle egggs to safer area soon after the mother laid its eggs on the shore of the South China Sea on Redang Island, Malaysia on May 22, 2024. The temperature of the developing turtle eggs is what determines sex. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB

A turtle ranger checks on newly hatched hatchlings kept at a nursery of a turtle conservation center until their release into the South China Sea during nighttime to reduce the risk of being eaten by predators at a turtle conservation center on Redang Island, Malaysia on May 22, 2024. Such methods were also preferable to artificial incubators, which could disrupt sea turtle hatchlings' understanding of the earth's magnetic field, affecting their orientation and ability to nest, the researchers said. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB

Hatchlings are placed in a container for nursing before being released into the South China Sea at a turtle conservation center on Redang Island, Malaysia on May 22, 2024. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB

A turtle crawls back to the South China Sea after laying eggs at Redang Island, Malaysia on May 23, 2024. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB

Tourists swim with turtles at the South China Sea off Redang Island, Malaysia on May 23, 2024. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain

7 Juni 2024 00:00 WIB