Sea Turtles

In 1979 there were only 62 nests in the state, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. This year, there were 35,000.

Australian study reveals marked increase in plastic consumption

UnderWater World in Queensland has launched its new satellite tracking system for rehabilitated turtles.

Research led by the University of Exeter shows that some turtles are naturally heat-tolerant.

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In 1979 there were only 62 nests in the state, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. This year, there were 35,000.

Australian study reveals marked increase in plastic consumption

UnderWater World in Queensland has launched its new satellite tracking system for rehabilitated turtles.

Research led by the University of Exeter shows that some turtles are naturally heat-tolerant.

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