Four baby Giant Tortoises were found on Curieuse Marine National Park.
Curieuse is one of the Inner Islands Group of the Seychelles Islands. The baby tortoises are an uplifting sign for conservationists, who lost four years of captive breeding efforts and care when 25 of their 28 baby tortoises were stolen from their nursery.
The baby Giant Tortoises have been taken in to be cared for at the island nursery.
Featured photo: Baby Giant Tortoise.
Read the original article at Seychelles News Agency
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