But marine biologist Haron Deo Vargassaw this as an indicator that despite human presence, the sea turtle trusts thebeach enough that her eggs won’t disappear. Because the Olive Ridley sea turtlepopulation is already vulnerable, the law prohibits people from capturing,killing or domesticating these turtles.(Witha report from GMA News/PN) An Olive Ridley sea turtle is seen laying its eggs on the beachfront of a resort in Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan on Tuesday last week. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources came to the area and built a fence around the eggs to protect them. HARON DEO VARGAS/ MÖVENPICK RESORT & SPA BORACAY The Department of Environment andNatural Resources (DENR) quickly came to the area and built a fence around theeggs to protect them. Considered among vulnerable speciesdue to its decreasing population, the turtle was discovered to lay over 106eggs, the resort said on its social media post. MALAY, Aklan – An Olive Ridley seaturtle laid its eggs on the beachfront of a resort in Boracay Island lastweek. The occurrence proves to be quitestrange since sea turtles are known to lay eggs in hidden areas where no humancan disturb them.