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    • ...identify spawning events, to quantify habitat preferences, and to predict habitat use and oil exposure within... ...(5%) of predicted spawning habitat within the US EEZ was... ...small portion of predicted spawning habitat, the cumulative impact from...
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    • ...been exterminated through hunting and habitat loss. Extinctions approaching this... ...under way with some sea-turtle populations. It is estimated,... ...tens of millions of green turtles in the Caribbean when Columbus... ...to extinction: the last green turtles nested in Bermuda in the...
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    • ...mortality. The identification of critical habitats (including migration routes) incorporating... ...Sicily, to evaluate movements and habitat use. A hierarchical switching... ...7 km) the closest suitable habitat. The results contribute to...
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    • ...devil facial tumour disease, sea turtle fibropapillomatosis and sea lion genital...
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    • The overall extent of habitat use by leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic,... ...only partial success in reducing turtle bycatch. Although turtles dive very deeply on occasion...
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    • ...a clutch of new Asian turtle species since the late 1980s...
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    • ...warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) and turtle doves (Streptopelia turtur),... ...warblers and nidopallium caudolateral in turtle doves. This multidisciplinary approach...
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    • ...diversification of the chelonioid sea turtles, particularly during the Cretaceous... ...events in the history of turtles (and marine reptiles) ...movable digits as in freshwater turtles. However, the skull is... ...the occupation of a marine habitat, may have preceded the...
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    • ...capture pollen in an underwater habitat. What are the differences...
    Scientific American 244, 134–143
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    • ...specimens of the Painted Pond Turtle (Chrysemys picta), taken... ...Schmid receives hundreds of young turtles, which are transported to... ...have been the Painted Pond Turtle mentioned above, the Spotted... Pond Turtle (C h l e... ...8 yuttatus), the Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina), the...
    Scientific American 82, 292–293
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    • ...went up to the Mock Turtle, who looked at them... ...their reptilian relatives, the marine turtles, crocodiles, snakes and lizards... ...reptiles. Reptiles with a marine habitat are found in four different... orders : turtles, crocodiles, snakes and lizards... ...of turtles are strictly...
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    • A SUBPOPULATION of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) lives on... ...clues to the navigation problem. Turtles and central Atlantic opening Marine... turtles of Chelonia type inhabited the... ...we postulate that these ancient turtles included the ancestors of Chelonia... ...was a suitable habitat for...
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    • ...the rate of decline of turtles and tortoises that we may... ...them than is presented in Turtles of the World. The... ...of the world's 257 turtle species, a group of... ...headings of description, distribution, habitat and natural history. There... ...distinctive feature of turtles is the shell...