Volunteers prepare green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders, to be released to the sea at Kuta beach in Bali, January 8, 2022. Authorities on the Indonesian tropical island Bali released 33 endangered green sea turtles into the ocean on Saturday in an effort to boost a population threatened by poachers and illegal traders. REUTERS/Sultan Anshori

Volunteers prepare green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders, to be released to the sea at Kuta beach in Bali, January 8, 2022. The turtles, from the Chelonia mydas species that is protected in Indonesia, were released on Kuta beach after they being rescued during a Navy operation against poachers in December. REUTERS/Sultan Anshori

Volunteers released to the sea green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders at Kuta beach in Bali, January 8, 2022. ANTARA/Fikri Yusuf

Volunteers prepare green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders, to be released to the sea at Kuta beach in Bali, Indonesia, January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Sultan Anshori

Volunteers released to the sea green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders at Kuta beach in Bali, January 8, 2022. ANTARA/Fikri Yusuf

Volunteers released to the sea green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas), that are confiscated from poachers and traders at Kuta beach in Bali, January 8, 2022. ANTARA/Fikri Yusuf