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Turtle “Arribada” At Ostional

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25 May 2022 - At The Banks - BCCR

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Thousands of turtles arrived this monday at Ostional beach in Guanacaste.

Turtles nest at Ostional year round, but peak time is during rainy season. Over the course of a five-day “arribada” (arrival) nesting turtles will leave up to 10 million eggs on the beach.

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The largest arribada thus far recorded in Ostional, took place in November 1995 when a calculated 500,000 females came ashore.

Read more on the Ostional Wildlife Reserve

Photos from Guana Noticias Facebook.

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