Latest Royal Resorts turtle statistics as of September 9, 2013 are: 803 nests and 97,503 eggs protected in the corrals at The Royal Sands and The Royal Caribbean. Female turtles are still coming ashore to lay their eggs, although the number is now beginning to dwindle as the tail end of the nesting season approaches. To date, 43,454 baby turtles have been released at the resorts to begin life at sea.
The latest turtle statistics continue to break records at Royal Resorts. To date, there are 764 nests in the corrals at The Royal Sands and The Royal Caribbean and 93,186 eggs have already been protected. Staff and guests have released 21,319…
The Mexican Caribbean plays host to two treasured visitors in the summer, the whale sharks and the sea turtles. Read more.
00Joanna Greenhttps://www.royalresorts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Royal-Resorts-Logo.pngJoanna Green2012-05-17 15:15:392017-05-22 14:28:34Welcome Back Whale Sharks & Sea Turtles, Special Summer Visitors to the Mexican Caribbean