The world’s smallest sea turtle nests in Louisiana for the first time in 75 years


This undated photo provided by the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority in August 2022 shows a newly hatched Kemp

Kemp’s ridley sea turtles have hatched in Louisiana’s wilds, officials say, in a victory for barrier island restoration. The tiny turtle is also believed to be the world’s most endangered.

(Image credit: Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority/AP)

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