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A leatherback turtle heads out to sea after laying eggs on Jamursba Medi beach, Tambrau District, West Papua. Leatherback turtles are the largest marine turtle species and are considered living dinosaurs as the species have been virtually unchanged for the last 100 million years. The species is critically endangered and may face extinction within the next three decades.  ©Paul Hilton/Greenpeace

A leatherback turtle heads out to sea after laying eggs on Jamursba Medi beach, Tambrau District, West Papua. Leatherback turtles are the largest marine turtle species and are considered living dinosaurs as the species have been virtually unchanged for the last 100 million years. The species is critically endangered and may face extinction within the next three decades. ©Paul Hilton/Greenpeace

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