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He issued the order after an adult female Hawksbill sea turtle, was found dead nearly three days after she was found stranded on the shores of Barangay Bato.
TDIC's Hawksbill Sea Turtle Conservation programme, the only one of its kind in the Arabian Gulf, is focused on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi.
The hawksbill sea turtle, found worldwide in tropical and sub-tropical oceans, is critically endangered due to over-exploitation for its shell, used to make ornaments in Japan," said SSN officials.
Dispersal, recruitment and migratory behaviour in a hawksbill sea turtle aggregation.
Too many animals are getting extinct due to the actions of humans, I'm glad the country is taking steps in the right direction to raise awareness on these issues, especially about the endangered Hawksbill sea turtle.
Earlier this week, on Monday, when nature lovers across the globe celebrated World Turtle Day, a bunch of architecture students from Qatar University (QU) spurred on by their professor, ignited multiple vehicles of awareness on the gravely endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle through design and dialogue.
Even some critically endangered species such as the hawksbill sea turtle are able to find a habitat and the chance to reproduce here.
Dubai: The globally endangered hawksbill sea turtle appears to be making a comeback in UAE waters albeit ever so slowly, marine ecology officials say.
The hawksbill sea turtle is one of the animals we discuss in our unit of endangered animals.
As another example, a Pelly certification led to Japan's lifting of its CITES reservation on the hawksbill sea turtle, an endangered species.
Population modeling and implications for Caribbean hawksbill sea turtle management.
This area in Dubai is where the endangered hawksbill sea turtle nests.
Staff from Emirates Post Group and Dubai Customs are at hand to educate the public on endangered species, including the brown bear, the Hawksbill sea turtle, the elephant, the Nile monitor, the Nile crocodile, the leopard and the spiny-tailed lizard.
The first Hawksbill Sea Turtle nest has hatched on Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island in the dune-conservation area fronting the St.