It’s Thursday, so it’s time to share Thursday Thirteen😉

Do you still remember about my mom’s trip to Lombok to hike Mount Rinjani? (you can see it> Here), she didn’t only hike to the mountain, she also visit the famous island Gili Trawangan. It’s famous amongst foreigner tourist. My Mom even said she felt like a minority there as there are more westerners than Indonesian….I can’t say much about that, to know more you have to read her blog >Here

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The Crowded Gili Trawangan Island

She is not a beach person so she got easily bored there till she saw a sea turtle conservation. She immediately took pictures of those babies. Sea turtle is Indonesia language is Penyu and the baby is called Tukik.

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There were little fishes on the corner. Those fishes were their food

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Mommy thinks he is very handsome

 

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A closer look of the handsome tukik

 

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Mommy tries to edit the picture

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He looked like a kite😉

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These are much younger babies. They were only few weeks old when she took the picture

 

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He was looking at his reflection

 

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I think he thought Mommy’s finger is food😉

 

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She made her own sea-turtle on the sand when she felt bored

 

Those are the 13 pictures of sea-turtles in Gili Trawangan Island🙂

Fortunately she didn’t bring one home because sea-turtle is not a pet, they are endangered species.

Here’s a short video of the swimming tukik

About Papoe

Hi...I am named Papoe (read: pa-poo) because my origin is from Papua New guinea :) I am a Pink belly short Necked Turtle. Mommy adopted me on March 11, 2012. I am struggling with my body size...maybe I am a midget

16 responses »

  1. super cool photos!!! Here it’s still Wednesday🙂

  2. KDKH says:

    So turtle-love runs in the family!! Sounds like your mom is a smart and caring person!

  3. raisingdaisy says:

    Those are great pictures! I love seeing all the different types of turtles.🙂

  4. Binky says:

    I like the picture that looks like he’s standing on his nose.

  5. Very cute! That one is definitely a handsome turtle🙂

  6. I had no clue how much different turtles live on our slice earth… and I never thought that it can be so interesting to learn more about our friends with a shell :o)

    • Novroz says:

      I do believe there are hundreds of Turtle kinds🙂 I am thinking of sharing all kinds of turtles but unfortunately I don’t have much free time to research😦

  7. […] conservation. There were sea turtle babies there. I shared the photo on my turtle’s blog> here. I loved watching those little babies swim like a […]

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