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How To Relocate A Sea Turtle Nest

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Mother nature knows best, and in her infinite wisdom a balance of life and death has been created on our planet. Unfortunately due to human kind breaking out of it’s mold and conquering just about every corner of our earth, whether its physical presence in the harshest desert landscapes, drilling for oil deep beneath the ocean or separating ourselves from nature with impressive buildings and creations. Our success has come at a steep price for many species on this earth, and we are currently living through the Holocene mass extinction. The next mass extinction since Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event, where no tetrapods larger than 25 kg except the leatherback turtle and crocodile survived.

The IUCN (International Union Conservation of Nature) monitors the population levels, health, distribution and projection of animals and decides to award them one of the 7 labels. Ranging from least concern to extinct. Sea turtles, who are sleek and elegant however have been hunted for their flesh and eggs by several cultures worldwide, are all on the endangered species list. There are 7 species of turtle, and none of them have escaped the effects of human expansion. That is why, whenever we see a injured, trapped or struggling turtle, it is our responsibility to help.

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Green Sea Turtle Status

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Travel Comoros

Essential Information For Visiting Comoros

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One of my biggest questions when packing up my life to move to Moheli, Comoros to work as a Scuba Diving Instructor at Laka Lodge. Was

“Is There Wifi?”

I have already written about Laka Lodge and all their amenities there, which you can check out here, but what about the rest of the country? What does travelling here entail? Is it really the end of the world in a jungle? Or can you stream Netflix? What food is there? How can you get around?

So lets start with the number one question most modern, digital natives have every day. Is there WIFI?

The Comoros is comprised of an archipelago of three islands. Grande Comore, the capital islands and the largest in size. Moheli, the smallest and often considered the heart of the Comoros with astonishing rainforest and National Park and Anjouan, the bustling port island with colourful people and a population similar to Grand Comere.

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