lundi 28 septembre 2015

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Twenty-five young loggerhead sea turtle, species in danger of extinction, and an adult have been released on a beach of Elche in an initiative of recovery and conservation that includes the monitoring of some satellite issues, with issuers of last generation.

The turtles have been supported by hundreds of children and adults, who have wished them luck from the sand of the beach of Carabassi in an act that have turned the Secretary of agriculture, average atmosphere, climate change and development Rural de la Generalitat Valenciana, Elena Cebrián, and the Mayor of Elche, Carlos González.

The release is the culmination of a painstaking job that has involved the collaboration of numerous organizations for more than one year since these pups come from an «exceptional» sunset on the night of June 27, 2014, on the beach of San Juan de Alicante, where a female digging a nest to lay 130 eggs was located.

Since that beach so crowded by holiday-makers offered no guarantees for the successful birth of the offspring, in an unprecedented action, moved a part of the implementation to an artificial nest on the beach protected natural park L'albufera (Valencia) and the rest to the l' Oceanogràfic in Valencia City incubators.
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All of them, 101 small turtles were born and, after a year of care, there has been the release of the 25 first, once experts consider that they have reached a size suitable for your return to sea with guarantees of survival (with this class the probability of living is estimated at 90 percent, by only 1 per cent if it had done during the first months of life).

Back to the sea has been chosen the beach of Carabassi of Elche, which is located in the complex Virgin dunes of the natural park of the Clot de Galvany (Natura 2000 network) and facing the island of Tabarca and its rich and extensive sheltered waters, which in 1986 became the first reserve Navy of Spain.
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A technician of the Consellería de Medio Ambiente, Juan Eymar, has told Efe that the edge of the Carabassi is ideal because, practically, there is no light pollution, and precisely for being a protected spot, is guaranteed to keep the place undeveloped at the prospect that any return to the spawning of eggs.

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He added that the tracking via GPS system is harmless to animals already that the mechanism, adhered with silicone, it Peel naturally in about six months, after which the trail of turtles will be lost.

The date chosen for the release of these predators of jellyfish is not casual since these days the seawater is warm. In the long year that has elapsed since the eggs were found to release today the Xaloc Association and numerous volunteers have collaborated the environmental Department of the Generalitat Valenciana, the Oceanogràfic, Universitat de Valencia, the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the center of management of the medium marine Andaluz (CEGMA) de Algeciras, the Polytechnic University in Gandia (for GPS transmitters).

In addition to the return to the sea, it has organized a training for small route and older with details of hatchlings of sea turtles and the dangers that threaten this species, such as the issuance of plastics at sea, sometimes the turtles confused with jellyfish, which causes intestinal damage and even death.