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43% (03:01) correct 57% (03:10) wrong based on 109 sessionsBeach  Past estimate (year)  Past estimate (nests/year)  2013 estimate (nests/year)  Prefecture 

Akabane  1992  29  39  Aichi 
Atsumi  1996  19  50  Aichi 
Hiwasa  1979  76  18  Tokushima 
Inakahama  1986  540  2504  Kagoshima 
Itoman  1992  4  19  Okinawa 
Kujukuri  2004  15  39  Chiba 
Maehama  1989  611  1637  Okinawa 
Minaba Senri  1985  162  236  Wakayama 
Miyazaki  1985  607  1143  Miyazaki 
Nagahama  1997  106  612  Okinawa 
Ohgi & Shimonokae  1995  9  30  Okayama 
Okata  1991  19  37  Yamaguchi 
Shima Peninsula  2000  25  43  Mie 
Shingu  1989  15  15  Fukuoka 
Toyohashi  1995  30  20  Aichi 
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The greatest annual increase in estimated turtle nests experienced by any of the individual beaches was larger than 15%.  
None of the prefectures listed reported a decrease in the number of turtle nests per year from their past estimate to the 2013 estimate.  
If Maehama Beach experienced a constant percentage rate increase of estimated turtle nests beginning in 1989, it can be estimated that there would be more than 2,000 estimated nests on the beach by the year 2020. 

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