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76 viewsWastes, including plastic, litter the coast of Freedom Island that forms part of Manila Bay as seen on June 23, 2018. MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTO
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60 viewsA hatchery caretaker checks out the education materials for endangered sea turtle conservation at the hatchery in Maasim, Sarangani. MindaNews photo by BONG SARMIENTO
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56 viewsThe government-funded pawikan hatchery in Maasim, Sarangani. MindaNews photo by BONG SARMIENTO
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40 viewsA child helps release a newly-hatched Olive Ridley turtle at the pawikan (sea turtle) hatchery in Maitum, Sarangani during World Environment Day, June 5, 2018, MindaNews photo by BONG SARMIENTO
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37 viewsChildren release day-old olive ridley sea turtle hatchlings into the sea in Cleanergy Park, a sea turtle conservation area in Punta Dumalag, Davao City on Monday (11 June 2018). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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33 viewsDay-old olive ridley sea turtle hatchlings are retrieved from their nest to be released to the sea in Cleanergy Park, a sea turtle conservation area, in Punta Dumalag, Davao City on Monday (11 June 2018). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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A boardwalk made from recycled electric posts runs through a portion of the mangrove forest inside the Cleanergy Park, an Aboitiz Foundation run wildlife conservation area in Punta Dumalag, Davao City. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO

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Close to 80 species of endemic and migratory birds have been spotted inside the Cleanergy Park in Punta Dumalag, Davao City. Here a group of Asian Glossy Starling birds enjoy the mangroves that have been replanted along the coast to provide sanctuary and bring back wildlife in the area. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO

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Plastic materials that went with turle 'Crocky's feces. Photo courtesy of OSCAR C. BREVA

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Comparison of three spear shafts. The leftmost is the shaft retrieved from the body of ‘Agdao’; the one in the middle is a shaft on sale; and the rightmost is a sports spear fisher-diver. Photo courtesy of OSCAR C. BREVA
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The spear shaft taken from the body of turtle 'Agdao.' Photo courtesy of OSCAR C. BREVA

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Rescued sea turtles are brought to Cleanergy Park where they are taken care of by veterinarians and trained animal keepers while they undergo rehabilitation and eventually released back to the wild. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO

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