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earthchangers 9h
Happy ! 💚🐢💚 The 7 of sea are largely :( :Vulnerable :Endangered : : :Critically Endangered :Vulnerable :Data deficient
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Jessica Rudd Jun 14
LIFE MADE. Celebrating the end of with my first EVER turtle and my favourite study species
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OysterReefs Jun 14
is almost over, but first check this beautiful swimming peacefully along farms in . These farms are great habitat for multiple organisms from invertebrates to dolphins while providing the most sustainable meat source for us! 🐚🐢💖
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Michelle Cunningham Jun 9
Apparently a female green turtle can lay up to 1400 eggs in one season! And then they have a few years rest. Their name does not come from the colour of their shell but the colour of their fat - because they eat seagrass and algae.
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Gemma Whitehouse Jun 11
Happy 🐢 Did u know that just like your bones, a turtle’s shell is actually part of its skeleton. It’s made up of over 50 bones which include the turtle’s rib cage and spine. 🐢🐠
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SIF 19h
Today is ! We work hard to monitor the population on , which is the second largest in the Western . We also protect Aldabra's and which are home to too
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IAN Jun 14
Looking forward to sleeping in on Saturday? This is getting a head start! The is the only turtle species that is primarily herbivorous, and are called "green" because of the greenish fat…
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LAST Jun 14
It is believed that a huge percentage of the Atlantic's population is born in the north nesting beaches of , mainly in Tortuguero
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the native creative Jun 11
Got to see all sorts of magical creatures today. Haven’t seen a spotted eel on the first reef in years. @ Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida
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Salik Tirmizi Jun 15
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Olive Ridley Project Jun 14
Species of the Day: the ! Greens are the largest of the hard-shelled turtles. As adults, they are herbivors and love to eat algae and seagrass. This stains their body fat green and give them their name!
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the native creative Jun 11
It was a great day in the water. Got to hang with a green turtle. @ Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida
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TurtleReefExperience Jun 8
When you love the nature the nature will love you back. Today’s hatch rate 100/116 @ Bubbles Dive Resort
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Jo Hatton Jun 7
Replying to @NHM_London
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Capt Jessica DeGraw Jun 7
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Research at Exeter Jun 13
MT : Today is day! Dr investigates habitat use of this species. She also works to understand in West Africa.
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Kathryn Mincer Jun 9
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Blake Krek Jun 14
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José 4h
Today besides celebrating ... Protect and take care of those wonderful creatures of the past. They have a long history behind them
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Culebra Divers Jun 15
Three Green Turtles on our first dive yesterday!!! @ Reserva Natural Canal de Luis Peña
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