The outbreak of sea turtles, over 40 centimeters wide, was cut off on two feathers that drifted to the shore of Vinh Hi where people were buried.
Sea turtles are almost 20 kilograms, cut with two feathers before they are taken to the shore. photo: My Anh.
At 7/4, gathering garbage at Vinh Hy Beach, located in the Nui Chua National Park (Ninh Hai, Ninh Thuan), a volunteer group discovered a 20 kg turtle, tomorrow nearly half a meter and a wider. 40 cm, a body with a brown pattern washed on the shore.
The two front turtle fins were cut, stubborn. "Maybe there's a network of fishermen so it's broken," people said.
According to Mr. Nguyen Tuong Giaou, deputy director of the National Park Nui Chua, this is a green turtle (the scientific name Chelonia mydas). The unit buried the turtle after it was received.
Nui Chua National Park is the largest sea turtle in the country, breeding many green turtles, turtle shells and green turtles.
Green turtles are also called distribution torpedoes in most Vietnamese waters. This is a precious turtle, listed in the Red Book, which is threatened with extinction, forbidden to hunt in any form.