"A conservation group has created 3D printed sea turtle eggs containing GPS trackers. The eggs are set to be deployed this fall in Central America during an arribada, or mass nesting event when 90 percent of eggs will be poached from certain beaches...Hopefully just publicizing this maneuver will deter some of the poachers. I hope law enforcement will focus on the enablers behind the poaching rather than just punishing the cowboys who take the eggs.
The group plans to create a tracking map on the movement of eggs to help law enforcement officials and activists to crack down on the big players involved in poaching...
Sea turtle eggs are considered a delicacy and aphrodisiac in various cultures. Millions of sea turtle eggs are stolen each year with each one costing anywhere from $5 to $20 apiece causing severe threat to the endangered species. "
And it's amazing how every exotic or threatened species is considered an "aphrodisiac" by someone.