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CHONBURI, Nov 28 (TNA) – A female green turtle carcass was found washed ashore in Chonburi and a necropsy later revealed fishing net, rubbish incluidng materials used to make Krathong in its digestive tract.

 

The Sea Turtle Conservation Center was informed of the dead turtle spotted on Kinnaree beach. Officials brought the dead sea turtle without visible injury to the center for the necropsy to determine the cause of its death.

 

Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-1066384

 

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44 minutes ago, Lemsta69 said:

Why the heck is a necropsy? I guess that's my project for today, gotta full in the hours somehow until 11 am 😉

Necropsy is used for a post mortem on animals, while Autopsy is used for Human patients.......................Now you can go to the fridge with a clear conscious......:thumbsup:

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

A female green turtle carcass was found washed ashore in Chonburi and a necropsy later revealed fishing net, rubbish incluidng materials used to make Krathong in its digestive tract.

Thailand doing it's bit for nature again.

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15 hours ago, HuskerDo2 said:

We all eat rubbish. It's called fast food and it's killing us too.

Actually I abstain from eating rubbish.. we have the metal ability to make choices.

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