Turtle on Mamutik Shore Dive

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007 @ 09:36 News
turtle-blog 

JO watches the friendly Green Turtle feeding
just 100m from the Dive Station on Mamutik Island – TARP

In contrast to our previous Marine Turtle post we’re pleased to report a positive turtle story.

Throughout the past month divers and snorkelers around Mamutik Island have been treated to several encounters with a friendly Green Turtle (Cheonia myda) that has been feeding on the fringing reefs of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park.

Green and Hawksbill turtles are seen throughout the year within the park but the environmental and hunting challenges they face have resulted in fewer sightings. As a result an encounter is fairly uncommon and always a treat.

For more information on Turtles please visit our Turtle Marine Biology page.

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