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Sea Turtle Baby Boom on Turtle Islands Breaks 28-year Record - Conservation International

Sea Turtle Baby Boom on Turtle Islands Breaks 28-year Record - Conservation International | Animal conservation | Scoop.it
Conservation efforts deliver 1.4 million green turtle eggs, 14,220 nests, on priority Philippine beaches in 2011
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Eight Arrested in Puerto Rico on Charges of Illegal Trade in Endangered Sea Turtles for Human Consumption

“ Eight Arrested in Puerto Rico on Charges of Illegal Trade in Endangered Sea Turtles for Human Consumption - up-to-the-minute news and headlines.”
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Mexico Real Estate News: Mexico Leads International Sea Turtle Conservation Efforts

Mexico Real Estate News: Mexico Leads International Sea Turtle Conservation Efforts | Animal conservation | Scoop.it
“ On both its Pacific and its Caribbean coastlines, Mexico has established that it will remain a world leader in efforts to preserve and protect the thousands of sea turtles who visit the nation’s beaches every year from approximately May through...”
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Sea Turtle Conservation in Costa Rica | Volunteer Abroad News

Sea Turtle Conservation in Costa Rica | Volunteer Abroad News | Animal conservation | Scoop.it
Costa Rica is one of the most wonderful and exciting places to volunteer. The people here are very friendly and accommodating to the extent where one may want to remains in this country. It has many features that attract several volunteers.
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More endangered sea turtles ingesting plastic - Plastics News

More endangered sea turtles ingesting plastic - Plastics News | Animal conservation | Scoop.it
There are almost twice as many endangered green sea turtles swallowing plastic than were 25 years ago, according to an Australia study.
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