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    • ...largest reptile – the leatherback turtle Dermochelys coriacea – conducts flexible... ...be travelled by migrating leatherback turtles have greatly complicated conservation efforts... ...hosts large numbers of loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta. The rare... ...of leatherback turtles not only...
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    • ...stress for wildlife including sea turtles. To investigate how turtles react to artificial debris under... ...cameras on loggerhead and green turtles in addition to feces and... ...gut contents collected from loggerhead turtles were 35.7% (10... ...appeared in all green turtles in feces (25/25...
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    • ...Dugong dugon) and green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) assist seagrass... ...distances. Dugongs and green sea turtle populations within this region can... ...by dugongs and green sea turtles provides a large-scale mechanism... ...and recovery of these coastal habitats.
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    • ...sites for carbon storage. Green turtles (Chelonia mydas) are marine... .... With successful conservation efforts, turtle abundance will increase, leading... ...but the effects of green turtle grazing on seagrass ecosystem carbon...
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    • ...and preservation in vegetated coastal habitats (that is, salt marshes... ...and preservation in vegetated coastal habitats. We identify an urgent... ...carbon cycling in vegetated coastal habitats, and ultimately the role...
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    • ...beach surveys of nesting marine turtles. The data must be... ...minimize such errors, the “Turtles” software was developed and...
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    • ...sampled in reef and seagrass habitats (Shark Bay, GBR)... ...seagrass food-webs. In temperate habitats off southern Queensland and NSW... ...exploit multiple shelf and offshore habitats. The trophic role of... ...is therefore both context- and habitat-dependent, consistent with a...
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    • ...wild pet trade may surpass habitat loss as a factor in...
    Scientific American 317, 40–45
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    • ...marine megafauna (mammals, seabirds, turtles and sharks) during this... ...that are associated with coastal habitats. Seven (14%) coastal... ...abrupt loss of productive coastal habitats, potentially acting alongside oceanographic...
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    • ...within nesting populations of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in Tortuguero... ...among nests, hatchlings or maturing turtles produced in the Melbourne rookery...
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    • ..., Spilopelia chinensis, the oriental turtle-dove, Streptopelia orientalis, the... ...recognition of dove coos in habitats with differing levels of traffic...
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    • ...soon as they hatch, sea turtles swim across hundreds of miles...
    Scientific American 266, 100–106
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    • ...hatchling sex ratios of hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) and green... turtles (Chelonia mydas) nesting in... ...in beach zones representative of turtle nesting sites. Data collected... ...respectively, for hawksbill and green turtles. This result contrasts with...
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    • ...widely distributed clade of extant turtles. However, molecular hypotheses are... ...stem-cryptodires, stem-chelonioid sea turtles, or even stem-turtles. A new sinemydid from... ...mostly share symplesiomorphies with sea turtles and their purported placement outside... ...group of turtles is an...