BENI, Bolivia (NBC/APTN) - More than 120,000 turtle hatchlings were released into the wild in Bolivia.
The two species released were yellow-spotted river turtles and South American river turtles.
It was part of a program to eventually release 3.8 million baby turtles in Bolivia and Brazil to rescue the species from overhunting.
Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia attended Sunday's release.
The turtles were released onto a beach in a protected area.
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