Caretta caretta


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Synonyms for Caretta caretta

very large carnivorous sea turtle

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Bear species Turtle species Location Helarctos malayanus Manouria emys Malaysian Borneo Ursus americanus Caretta caretta USA Ursus americanus Chelyclra serpentina USA Ursus americanus Actinemys mar moral a USA Ursus americanus Pseudemys floridana USA (= P.
The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta caretta (L.
Comparison of total mercury, methylmercury, and selenium in muscle tissues and in the liver of Stenella coeruleoalba (Meyen) and Caretta caretta (Linnaeus).
Snape said the society, which regularly conducts research on the wellbeing of the turtles, would be reporting their findings and that they would continue their efforts for the conservation and protection of the caretta caretta turtles.
Many have spoken out against the privatization of the beach due the danger development and construction pose to loggerhead turtles, also known as caretta caretta, for which the beach is a crucially important breeding ground in the region.
waters, those of most concern are the loggerhead, Caretta caretta, and Kemp's ridley, Lepidochelys kempii.
The video highlights the detrimental effects the privatization of the beach will have on the lives of loggerhead turtles, also known as caretta caretta, who use the beach as their main breeding grounds.
By the spring, loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, were sighted as far north as Delaware Bay and leatherback sea turtles, Dermochelys coriacea, were more widely distributed farther north (Shoop and Kenney, 1992).
A) Transpacific migration of a tagged loggerhead, Caretta caretta.
The drowning of sea turtles in trawl nets of northern Australia has been suggested to be the cause of the decline of the nesting population of loggerhead turtles, Caretta caretta, in eastern Australia (Limpus and Reimer, 1994).
The Polis-Yialia area is one of the most important beach in Cyprus for the Caretta caretta turtles, which lay their eggs there.
Fish and Wildlife Service 1994): loggerhead Caretta caretta, green Chelonia mydas, and leatherback Dermochelys coriacea turtles.