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New 2014-2016 Committee Members

On Saturday, 15th March 2014, we had our 3rd Annual General Meeting (AGM). A total of 28 new and existing members attended the AGM.

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Release a turtle hatchling “digitally” at Bukit Bintang
Release a turtle hatchling “digitally” at Bukit Bintang
Leo Burnett, the 4th largest communications network in the world, has created a mobile web-based microsite for a contest in collaboration with TCS to create awareness and raise funds for turtle conservation.
Terrapin Museum :: Day 04 :: Progressing slowly but surely
Terrapin Museum :: Day 04 :: Progressing slowly but surely
Day 04 was full of small wins! We've put up all our printed exhibits and we also managed to repair a broken Giant soft-shell turtle and bring it back to its full glory!
Terrapin Museum :: Day 03 :: half-way point!
Terrapin Museum :: Day 03 :: half-way point!
Splitting into 2 teams today helped as team 1 covered the design & printing of the infographics & exhibits, while team 2 worked on the remaining facade, stripping of the carpets and repairing some of the carapace.
Terrapin Museum (TM) :: Day 02 updates :: wet! Wet! WET!
Terrapin Museum (TM) :: Day 02 updates :: wet! Wet! WET!
Setting up a museum was a breeze since we have had 40 combined years of both, sea turtles and river terrapins research and experience, under our belts. Plus, not forgetting the Kg Mangkok experience, which allowed us to speed things up a lot more!
Happy New Year!!! Our NEW Turtle Discovery Mini Museum
Happy New Year!!! Our NEW Turtle Discovery Mini Museum
We have moved our exhibits from Kg. Mangkok in Setiu to Kg. Dusun in Kuala Berang, and we are currently in the process of setting up the new museum.

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