The beaches of Singapore have always been special for the marine life that thrives on the coastline, but some creatures have made these shores just that bit more magical in recent months.
At least four hawksbill turtle nests have been recorded by the National Parks Board (NParks) on Singapore's coasts since May, and they began hatching from last week.
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