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75 students from Dubai British School’s foundation stage released their own highly-endangered Hawkesbill Turtle from Burj Al Arab’s Private Beach. This was the result of a visit to Jumeirah’s Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Centre. They were so motivated by the project that they went away and managed to raise funds to purchase their own satellite tag. The children named their turtle Crush after the baby turtle in ‘Finding Nemo’. As a surprise the Burj Al Arab’s Aquarium team released an additional 20 rehabilitated hawksbill turtles to the delight of the children.
“We were impressed by how well behaved the children were!” Burj Al Arab team https://www.facebook.com/burjalarab
Crush can be followed by his tracker: http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/index.shtml?tag_id=136835
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