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Jun 2, 2010

Wildlife Alliance Assists in Saving 126 Rare Turtles

At the end of last month, Wildlife Alliance and its Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team helped intercept a truck holding 126 endangered turtles! Please read the attached article about the great work of the rangers and the lucky turtles that will recuperate at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center and be quickly released back into the wild.

Sincerely,

Nadia Miller

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