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Tortugas en la India

Tortugas en la India

  • Una tortuga marina de la especie Golfina (Lepidochelys olivacea) pone sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya, en la India. Miles de tortugas han comenzado a llegar a la costa de la Bahía de Bengala para dejar sus huevos en la playa, uno de los tres lugares de anidación más importantes de la India.
    1Una tortuga marina de la especie Golfina (Lepidochelys olivacea) pone sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya, en la India. Miles de tortugas han comenzado a llegar a la costa de la Bahía de Bengala para dejar sus huevos en la playa, uno de los tres lugares de anidación más importantes de la India. AFP
  • Centenares de tortugas marinas tras poner sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya en Bhubaneswar (India).
    2Centenares de tortugas marinas tras poner sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya en Bhubaneswar (India). AFP
  • Una tortuga marina se prepara para dejar sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya en Bhubaneswar (India).
    3Una tortuga marina se prepara para dejar sus huevos en la arena de la playa de Rushikulya en Bhubaneswar (India). AFP
  • An Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) lays her eggs in a hollow in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. rnThousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa.  AFP PHOTO  ASIT KUMAR
    4An Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) lays her eggs in a hollow in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. Thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa. / AFP PHOTO / ASIT KUMAR AFP
  • An Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) arrives to lay her eggs on the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. rnThousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa.  AFP PHOTO  ASIT KUMAR
    5An Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) arrives to lay her eggs on the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. Thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa. / AFP PHOTO / ASIT KUMAR AFP
  • Tourists take photographs of an Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) as she lays her eggs in a hollow in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. rnThousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa.  AFP PHOTO  ASIT KUMAR
    6Tourists take photographs of an Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) as she lays her eggs in a hollow in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. Thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa. / AFP PHOTO / ASIT KUMAR AFP
  • Olive Ridley Turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) return to the sea after laying their eggs in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. rnThousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa.  AFP PHOTO  ASIT KUMAR
    7Olive Ridley Turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) return to the sea after laying their eggs in the sand at Rushikulya Beach, some 140 kilometres (88 miles) south-west of Bhubaneswar, early February 16, 2017. Thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles started to come ashore in the last few days from the Bay of Bengal to lay their eggs on the beach, which is one of the three mass nesting sites in the Indian coastal state of Orissa. / AFP PHOTO / ASIT KUMAR AFP