As published on PVDN, more than an emotional experience, releasing turtles is an experience that allows human beings to expand their awareness of their place on the planet and offers the possibility of helping the survival of an animal species.
Taking the turtles to the sea is an extraordinary experience, because we as human beings have the lives of other living beings in our hands and this makes us feel that we can do much more than we think, said Iran, a young Tabasco woman.
As part of the activities of the Youth International Meeting around 2030. Innovation for Transformation, little more than 130 turtles were released, which were 12 hours old.
Iran celebrated having participated in this activity because, she said, in one way or another there is communication regarding feelings, cheering them on and encouraging the turtles so they can go further and have more time to live.
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