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By Ben Tavener, Contributing Reporter

BAHIA, BRAZIL – Each year hundreds of sea turtles make the journey to lay their eggs on Bahia’s golden sands. It’s a risky business, from the time the turtles haul themselves out of the turquoise waters, to the time their offspring emerge from the sand ready for their first daunting dip in the South Atlantic.

Despite years of decline, the sea turtle numbers are now recovering – thanks in no small part to the world renowned conservationists at Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?