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Noel Tuazon Jun 13
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS 20m
Do you know mass nesting of is a phenomenon as old as dinosaurs. In this amazing thing happens at many places. I had opportunity to watch it, and it’s breathtaking. A must watch video explaining it on .
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Rebecca🤠🤙🏻 11h
Metal straw gang 🤠🤙🏻
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Emily Bertrand 3h
Turtles are a no-go at our house
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Red Eared Sliders 9h
These are poikilotherms, meaning they are unable to regulate their body temperatures independently.
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SeaShepherd Adelaide 56m
World Sea Turtle Day 6 of the 7 species of sea turtles are endangered, due to human impacts. Hunted by poachers, caught as by-catch in fishing nets, trapped in ghost nets or on longlines and ingesting our plastic waste in the oceans.
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Channel 5 News 11h
Conservationists are battling to save a tiny species of turtle – before they completely disappear from the ecosystem. The Amman leaf turtle is native to a small area of Vietnam. Only one has been found in the wild since 2006. | |
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•xixi• 15h
Bestfriends since Grade 9 *insert keycee* 🐢💚
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Stevie Marie Jun 11
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Surf'n Sayulita Jun 12
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HalfPrime 10h
Recently caught & relocated this little spotted turtle from a busy road. After a little research it turns out that it is an endangered species! We saved it! 30 second clip on YouTube:
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Lisa Clark 5h
Thank you to all the kind people I see stopping to help safely cross the roads during this nesting season. It does my heart good. And please, let's all try to drive more slowly near wetlands!
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Pr0vences Jun 15
Save the turtles
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Anthony L. Manna ✨ 8h
Celebrate World Sea Turtle Day.
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Nea Potato Jun 12
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Big Toe Cheese 11h
Saved a turtle with .
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Doremus Jessup 10h
Replying to @CentralParkNYC
enjoying some qt w/ ninjas cousins
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UMCES 14h
Happy World Sea Turtle Day! Leatherback can live over 45 years, grow up to 2000 pounds, and reach lengths over 9 feet. Learn how scientists are working to help protect these turtles by tracking their movements in the ocean: (📷: )
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David Lee 13h
Had an incredible time diving at mala harbor
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clickbaitbot 🤖 Jun 15
Do these 18 things to overcome inadequacy.
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