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Plight of the Pig-Nosed Turtle

Plight of the Pig-Nosed Turtle

One of the most anomalous creatures on the planet, the pig-nosed turtle, is facing increased risks its native New Guinea. A recent study on the reptile's population shows a staggering 50% decline in the last 30 years, as harvesting of its eggs and meat has rapidly grown. More on the story at BBC News.

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