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Saving the hawksbill turtle

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Hawksbill turtles have been coming to Melaka, on the west coast of Malaysia for centuries to lay their eggs.

But those eggs are highly prized as local delicacies - and the turtles are now critically endangered.

Robin Brant has been to Melaka, to join a team releasing baby hawksbill turtles born in captivity, back into the sea.

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