Good guy Prince Harry releases five baby turtles into the sea

LONDON — If you like Prince Harry and you like watching baby turtles get rescued, you've come to the right place.

During his tour of the Caribbean Islands, Harry recently journeyed to a turtle nesting site on Lovers Beach, Nevis. He then proceeded to help five baby turtles, which he'd worked with local volunteers to free from the island's undergrowth, by releasing them into the sea.

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Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry is shown a turtle nesting site by volunteers from a Nevis turtle conservation project on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
Prince Harry releases baby turtles into the sea on Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis during the second leg of his Caribbean tour, as he learns about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
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Harry was working alongside Nevis Turtle Group — a collection of volunteers who, the BBC reports, comb the beaches of the island on a regular basis in order to find out about the habits of Nevis' miniature green inhabitants.

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