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Rare ‘Batagur Baska’ hatched in Sundarban’s Karamjal


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Wildlife conservation efforts always involve immense patience and resilience and takes a long time to show any tangible progress. On the morning of May 16, conservationist and forest department officials at the wildlife breeding centre in Karamjal of East Sundarbans woke up to see some of the conservation efforts producing results.

On March 11, critically endangered 'Batagur Baska', the northern river terrapin which laid 32 eggs at the wildlife breeding center under the Chandpai range of East Sundarbans, started to hatch today, reports our Bagerhat correspondent.

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