Kenya sea turtles: Rescuing endangered species

A look at the work being done in Kenya to save sea turtles from extinction.

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    Conservationists on the Kenyan coast say poaching is putting turtle species at risk.

    They are working with local fishermen to try to stop the endangered reptile being caught on purpose, or in their nets.

    But the turtles are also losing their breeding grounds to erosion and construction.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Watamu, Kenya.


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