Just like El Salvador we found a number of small non-profits in Sri Lanka that gather sea turtle eggs to protect them from predation. They are transferred to artificial nests in protected areas and the babies are kept in tiled tubs like the one below until they are three days old at which point they are released into the wild. Here the babies are kept longer to allow their shells a little more time to harden before they brave the dangers of the world. I love that places like this exist and while it was not quite as hands-on as the place we visited in El Salvador they do good work and deserve acknowledgment for their tireless efforts.
Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 35/f1.4R
35mm, f2, 1/125 sec @ 640 ISO