Training vets, saving turtles

Matthew Rendle
Monday, December 2, 2019

Wildlife Vets International is a British charity which provides critical veterinary support to international wildlife and conservation projects. One of its many important projects involves training vets in Greece and Spain to help save sick and injured turtles. These animals are victims of plastic pollution and other human activities. Matthew Rendle describes how WVI is helping to save the Mediterranean's turtles, and explains how you can help.

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