Global wildlife has been relived with this pandemic, as there is less human activity around their favourite places to hunching, roaming and other activities. Sea turtles have added them in this activity list.
There are plenty of beaches in Thailand, where the turtle loves to build their nests in the last two decades. This has been observed by the supervisor of Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation, Mr Kanokwan Homcha-ai.
He said, that there are more than 10 sea turtle nest has been found by the researchers in the Phuket beach.
This is the highest number of nests in 20 years. There are many positive impacts on marine life due to this lockdown. There are many marine species like dolphins and dugong has increased in numbers with many food sources regarding the government.
As the beaches are clean, there is no artificial light or plastics, no human contacts, the turtles are hunching over the beaches. It takes 60 days to incubate the eggs of turtle, after that they start towards the sea.