China's ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs is ready to release 100 sea turtles, mainly saved or artificially propagated, into the wild at Huizhou Sea Turtle Nature Reserve in south China's Guangdong Province. As ancient marine reptiles dating back to more than 150 million years, sea turtles are genuine "living fossils" and key factors to maintain a healthy marine ecosystem.

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