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Broward County Environment 4m
Now that is past us, our turtle team is working hard to make sure all viable nests 🐢 are re-marked. Although it is hard to see nests washed out, please do not pick up any eggs 🥚. If you find hatchlings, call our emergency line 📞 954-328-0580.
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SCB 3m
Bright lights can also deter a mother from nesting. It may turn back and dump its eggs in the ocean, causing their demise. The embryos are sensitive to the salt water that invades their permeable shells and to the swishing of waves.
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Florida Beach Rentals 41m
Guy Harvey street art on the South end of Clearwater Beach, FL ClearwaterBeach FloridaBeachRentals
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MyFWC 1h
See exposed eggs on the beach after a ? Do not disturb. It is best to leave them in the natural beach habitat. Learn more at
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Jamil Donith 4h
Got to witness a rare sight: A turtle hatching from its egg! 🐢❤️🌊Because of , the storm washed out a lot of turtle nests, so be careful where you step out there and contact if you see any hatchlings struggling.
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Plastic Oceans International 4m
Help us save the critically endangered :
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Andrea D. Phillott Jul 30
Do nests at Gahirmatha, India, need to be protected against natural threats? This study recommends fencing the beach, but there are implications for coastal communities, terrestrial predators, nutrient cycles etc that should be considered
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Friends of Palm Beach 20h
We got to see something new today: A turtle actually hatching out of its egg! This poor little guy most likely got washed out of his nest from the storm. It was hiding under all the seaweed. ❤️🐢🌊
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Shared Planet Aug 1
Get ready to dive into our new Sea Turtle Collection💙 🌊 Coming soon . . .
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Friends of Palm Beach Jul 30
Get out there and SEAS the day...like this loggerhead hatchling! 🌊🐢❤️
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wettribe 2h
Severe weather and tides from & escalate beach erosion, endangering nesting habitat. Coastal erosion increases the chance that the sea turtle nests will flood, decreasing hatching success rates.
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Picture Book Island Aug 1
My new painting. Watercolor style. Maybe I will write a picture book story about him!
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المنظمة الليبية لصون الطبيعة LOCN Jul 31
A small sea turtle Caretta caretta rescued by citizen Taher Bin Omran, eastern of Misurata "Boeirat Al Hasson"
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Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Jul 28
Our Conservation Team came across this green during their morning surveys. They noticed that she had a tag on her front flipper. We looked up the tag number, & as it turns out, she was first tagged on July 17, 1992—exactly 28 years to the day we saw her!
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Andrea D. Phillott Aug 2
This research team tracked green round-trip migrations between foraging areas in UAE & nesting sites at Ras al Hadd, Oman. Laparoscopy was used to determine reproductive status before attaching satellite transmitters.
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GinaMarie 13h
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Goodness Chick Aug 2
is making way towards . We made sure to check in on some nests. Praying the waters don't reach our little dudes and they stay safe.
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Kammy 🐢 Aug 3
*peek* 🐢🌊🐢🌊🐢☀️☁️🐢 @/thephilwaller (IG)
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Healthy Reefs Jul 31
The Energy Globe Awards 2020, has awarded the Venezuela prize to the conservation program, whose achievement was to reduce the plundering of the nest of three species to 80% on the coasts of Macuro.
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Segura Samuel Aug 1
Massive hawksbill turtle resting among coral in southern Great Barrier Reef at lady Musgrave🤩
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