Within Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province on the island of Borneo lies a long stretch of sandy beach that is very important to marine turtles. Thousands of endangered green and critically endangered hawksbill turtles come ashore and use this beach for nesting. Moonlight reveals a female green turtle crawling back into the ocean after laying her eggs on the beach. This coastline is an important nesting area for thousands of marine turtles like her. The sea turtle eggs are relocated from the location on the beach where the turtles lay their eggs to a hatchery. This is done concerning threats that endanger the eggs in their original nesting locations such as erosion, high tide, traffic of tourists, feral dogs and irresponsible human action.