Two exquisite ocean turtles intended to wind up as a fine feast in Papua New Guinea were fortunately saved. Arron Culling and his associate Mark got them from a nearby market and released them back to where they have a place – the ocean.

“Found these at the nearby market,” Culling composed on Facebook on Friday.

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“Got them for $50 drove 5km up the street and let them go.”

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These aren’t the single turtles that Culling and his colleague have spared. They’ve effectively saved around 10 turtles.

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There’re seven unique types of ocean turtles on the planet and about every one of them are jeopardized in light of the fact that marine turtle angling is still legal in many zones.

By one late assess, more than 42,000 ocean turtles are legally murdered every year, albeit many thousands more are thought to bite the dust in the wake of getting stuck in the nets of business anglers focusing on different creatures.