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011510SayulitaMexicoTripMP5668

SHOT 1/23/10 6:49:20 PM - Local residents releasing 88 baby marine turtles into the Pacific Ocean in San Pancho, Mexico. On average about one out of 175 of the released turtles survives. In 1993 the Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde, A.C. received official recognition by the Mexican Government to become the first environmental non-profit civil association of the region with the special interest in the protection of the marine turtle. The group aims to protect the turtle's nesting environment and increase the number of nesting females.(Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2009)

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SHOT 1/23/10 6:49:20 PM - Local residents releasing 88 baby marine turtles into the Pacific Ocean in San Pancho, Mexico. On average about one out of 175 of the released turtles survives. In 1993 the Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde, A.C. received official recognition by the Mexican Government to become the first environmental non-profit civil association of the region with the special interest in the protection of the marine turtle. The group aims to protect the turtle's nesting environment and increase the number of nesting females.(Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2009)