Were to watch green sea turtles in Zanzibar, these peaceful creatures from the past are commonly used to found basking on the sandy shores and swimming around the Mnemba islands atoll, which is their native home. These days, Zanzibar is considered an endangered species, and they face a number of threats from fishing, pollution, human disturbance, and coastal investment. It is a federal offense to harm, harass, or fish a turtles, whether it is in the water or on the beach. The good news is that, thanks to conservation and preservation efforts, the population of turtles growing again. And every traveler who visits the islands has a part to play in helping their recovery. These encounters will definitely be a highlight of your trip to Zanzibar, but it’s important to keep certain things in mind to make sure your interactions are responsible and safe.
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