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FIRST PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE OF A LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLE (CARETTA CARETTA) IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. Halpin, Luke R.; Seminoff, Jeffrey A.; Hanke, Gavin F. Report Mar 22, 2018 1619
World's largest sea turtle might not always have world's: weighting in at a gout 1,000 pounds, adult leatherback sea turtles are the Volkswagen Beetles of the sea. You'd think that such a large animal would eat, well, a lot. All the time. But new Mote research indicates that might not be the case. Rutger, Hayley Jun 1, 2014 374
Interannual differences for sea turtles bycatch in Spanish Longliners from Western Mediterranean Sea. Baez, Jose C.; Macias, David; Garcia-Barcelona, Salvador; Real, Raimundo Report Jan 1, 2014 4713
Olive ridley sea turtle hatching success as a function of microbial abundance and the microenvironment of in situ nest sand at Ostional, Costa Rica. Bezy, Vanessa S.; Valverde, Roldan A.; Plante, Craig J. Report Jan 1, 2014 8982
Plasma vitellogenin in free-ranging loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Smelker, Kimberly; Smith, Lauren; Arendt, Michael; Schwenter, Jeffrey; Rostal, David; Selcer, Kyle; Report Jan 1, 2014 7967
Evaluating methods for estimating rare event: with zero-heavy data: a simulation model estimating sea turtle bycatch in the pelagic longline fishery. Barlow, Paige F.; Berkson, Jim Report Jul 1, 2012 12542
Teenage mutant turtle. Napoli, Denise Brief article Apr 1, 2008 189
Validation and interpretation of annual skeletal marks in loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and Kemp's ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) sea turtles. Snover, Melissa L.; Hohn, Aleta A. Oct 1, 2004 7538
Giant turtles built for comfort, not speed. Weiss, R. Apr 28, 1990 324

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