Wildlife officials released a group of endangered baby loggerhead turtles into the wild in Sydney, Australia, on Sunday (4/10). The officials said they underwent an “epic egg rescue” after excavating 130 eggs from a beach on March 29 after temperatures plunged. They were incubated at the Taronga Zoo’s Wildlife hospital.
Endangered baby loggerhead turtles released back into wild in Australia
by: CBS News, Mekaela Muck
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