100 kg tortoise got stranded, then returned in the lap of sea

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All of us are unknowingly damaging nature. The government has also banned many things, yet people are using it. Plastic is also banned, then it is being used secretly. Recently, after seeing a picture, your mind will also say that now I will not use plastic.

All of us are unknowingly damaging nature. The government has also banned many things, yet people are using it. Plastic is also banned, then it is being used secretly. Recently, after seeing a picture, your mind will also say that now I will not use plastic. One such incident has come to light in Rameshwar in Tamil Nadu. Here is Mandapam beach in Ramanathapuram district. A 100 kg turtle arrived in the mandapam sea. He came to the beach and got trapped. The turtle came to the shore by the waves of water.

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100 kg turtle

Plastic stuck in turtle’s neck
On Monday morning, a 100 kg turtle weighing in Mandapam beach got trapped by the waves. Even after several attempts when he could not return to the sea. Seeing this view, the team of Rameswaram Forest Department worked to send it back to the sea. The Forest Department’s team said that it is usually rare to see such turtles that have 100 kg. According to the weight, it can be guessed that this turtle must have been more than 80 years old. This video is becoming very viral on social media. You can see the viral video of how the plastic is stuck like a snare around a turtle’s neck. However he was rescued and released into the sea again.

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Turtle can see in the dark of night
Called the most calm and gentle, the turtle has always been a center of attraction for people. One of the best things about turtles is that they do not bother anyone, nor do they pose any threat. When they come along the banks of the ocean or river, then there is a danger for them. Due to the unusually large number of cells in the retina of turtles, they are easily seen in the dark of night. He can see colors and can see everything from ultraviolet rays to red. There is a great lack of speed in the turtles found in some lands.

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