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Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Infant green sea turtle



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Leatherback sea turtle camoflauging nest



Leatherback sea turtle camoflauging nest



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Green sea turtle infant making its way towards the sea



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Infant green sea turtle



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



Infant green sea turtle



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Leatherback sea turtle eggs



Scientist and volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Scientist and volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



Undeveloped green turtle fetus found dead in nest



Leatherback sea turtle coming out of the surf



Infant green sea turtle



Green sea turtle killed by a jaguar



Yellow flower



Volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



Scientist and volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



Volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



Green sea turtle infant making its way towards the sea



Scientist and volunteer taking data on leatherback sea turtle



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Undeveloped green turtle egg found dead in nest



Local rangersweigh food for Tam, a captive Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), who represents the hopes for eventual ex-situ breeding for the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered)



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Undeveloped green turtle fetus found dead in nest



Local rangers cut leaves for Tam, a captive Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), who represents the hopes for eventual ex-situ breeding for the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered)



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Green sea turtle limb--killed by a jaguar



Leatherback sea turtle returning to the ocean



Green sea turtle killed by a jaguar



Scientist and volunteer counting leatherback sea turtle eggs



The hairy and muddy ear of the Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), the hairiest of the world's rhinos. This rhino, Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Leatherback sea turtle laying eggs on the beach



Scientist and volunteer counting leatherback sea turtle eggs



The hairy hide of the Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni). The rhino, Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Green sea turtle killed by a jaguar



Local rangers cut leaves for Tam, a captive Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), who represents the hopes for eventual ex-situ breeding for the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered)



Local rangers feed Tam, a captive Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), who represents the hopes for eventual ex-situ breeding for the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered)



The hairy ear of the Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), the hairiest of the world's rhinos. This rhino, Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



This Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Snare injury on the leg of the captive Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni), Tam. The rhino represents the eventual hopes for breeding this Critically Endangered subspecies in captivity.



Undeveloped green turtle fetus found dead in nest



Close-up of the Bornean rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni). This rhino, Tam, is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Undeveloped green turtle fetus found dead in nest



Silouhette of a Bornean rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni) named Tam, who is a captive individual representing hopes for ex-situ breeding of the Critically Endangered subspecies of the Sumatran rhino (also Critically Endangered).



Scientist and volunteer counting leatherback sea turtle eggs




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