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Students Embrace Round Square Conservation Opportunity

29 September 2016

Our commitment as a Round Square school continues with a number of wonderful conservation trips offered during the academic year for our students to participate in. One of those trips took place in August when a group of students and staff visited the Juara Turtle Project on Tioman Island. 

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One of the highlights for the group was finding a turtle nest on one of their dawn patrols. The students helped to excavate the nest and relocate the eggs to the island’s sanctuary. The students all contributed money to sponsor the nest and were delighted to hear from the project leaders that of the 200 eggs they saved, 141 baby turtles were released into the ocean.