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    • ...adaptations to live in these habitats. Many species found in... ...species not found in flooded habitats. The presence of such... ...indication that these types of habitat have been present since at... ...crocodilians, or caimans, and turtles were plentiful before hunting decimated... ...turtles...
    Scientific American 266, 114–120
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    • SIR - Sea turtle populations are facing an increasing... ...of the elimination of sea turtle nesting beaches have been unpre... ...sites. For the endangered sea turtle Caretta caretta we quantified genetic... ...constraint and handicap for sea turtles to react to sudden habitat alterations....
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    • ...upstream location of desirable settlement habitat. However, specific chemicals used... ...its ability to find settlement habitat. Moreover, it may help...
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    • ...hope. The bykill of sea turtles in shrimp trawls had been... ...to 5 5,000 adult turtles died this way every year... ...for immature tuna, billfish, turtle or shark. On average,... ..., 52 billfish, 10 sea turtles and no sharks. In... ...also 654 billfish, 102 sea turtles and 13,958 sharks....turtles
    Scientific American 273, 46–53
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    • .... Some, like the sea turtles, seals and albatrosses, return... ...Adventures in Wonderland the Mock Turtle weeps perpetual tears because he... is not a real turtle; real turtles, at least the marine... ...a distinguished specialist in marine turtles, gives ns a vivid... ...Ridley turtle that...
    Scientific American 200, 109–116
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    • ...animals of different species and habitats? At Cornell University we... ...observed the behavior of chicks, turtles, rats, lambs, kids,... ...in our series were the turtles. The late Robert M.... ...found in 1904 that aquatic turtles have somewhat poorer depth-discrimination... ...turtles. On the...
    Scientific American 202, 64–71
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    • ...skeleton, thus affecting its entire habitat. The finding could mean...
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    • ...have transformed into algal-dominated habitats over recent decades, but... ...in maintaining coral-dominated reef habitat and the urgent need for...
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    • ...seagrasses reveals the little-known habitats to be widespread but under...
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    • ...the laboratory. In their natural habitats during the day, lizards... ...vVe made our measurements in habitats ranging from sea level to... ...all of this diversity of habitat, to our surprise, measurements... ...by side in the same habitat. Invariably they show an... ...turtle... ...turtles...
    Scientific American 200, 105–120
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    • ...to court over threat to turtles” ...nesting population of leatherback sea turtles ( ...formerly the most endangered sea turtle, have increased tenfold since...
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    • ...; Mousseau&Roff, 1987). Habitat selection has been implicated as... ...to this hypothesis genotypes select habitats in which their fitnesses are... ...exemplified by sex ratio in turtles.
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    • .... Inevitably, this contaminates marine habitats worldwide and, as Eriksen... ...700 marine species, from sea turtles and corals to sperm whales...