World Turtle Day is an international day established by the American "ATR" organization to encourage global humanitarian action to conserve turtles.
Highly venomous jellyfish have stung more than three thousand people on Australia's northeastern shores in just a few days
The Ministry of Environment is conducting various precautionary measures against any significant increase in jellyfish this year.
Gently, Kenzo the sea turtle is lowered onto a beach where a scattering of bottle caps, candy wrappers.
Environment Minister Khaled Fahmy said that a number of countries, not only Egypt, were affected by the phenomenon of spread of jellyfish.
Jellyfish species which spread out lately on the Egyptian shores and the Mediterranean are not edible, according to jellyfish studying team member of Suez Canal University, Tarek Tmraz.
Groups of youth have been formed to follow up the phenomena of invasion of jellyfish along Egypt’s Mediterranean shores.
Egyptian authority is working on implementing a program that aims to face the phenomenon of the spread of jellyfish at Egypt's shores by protecting sea turtles
Health Ministry is studying them in nutrition laboratories and Food Safety Institute.
The Alexandria Team for the Rescue of Turtles and Wildlife is organizing a large campaign to combat jellyfish in the northern coast with sea turtles
Number of unprecedented hordes of jellyfish at the North Coast will decline confirmed by Under-Secretary of Environment Ministry for the Nature Protection Sector.
Egypt's Ministry of Environment refuted claims that the new Suez Canal contributed to the upsurge of jellyfish on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
A Ministry of Environment research team investigated the current abundance of jellyfish in the North Coast waters in order to minimize the inconvenience to tourists.
Jellyfish have been seen in large numbers in the North Coast and are moving westward in the Mediterranean.