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The nesting beaches along Florida's coast are important, because they produce the majority of the loggerhead hatchlings entering the northwestern Atlantic Ocean.
Loggerhead provides industry leading glass decoration services such as screen printing, bottle frosting and fulfillment services to the wine & spirits, beer, specialty food and beverage industries.
VAR of the scientist make some researches on loggerheads
U560E42SznI) World Cup 2014: Big Head, the Loggerhead Turtle, Predicts Brazil Will Beat Croatia in Opening Game on Friday
Instead of Paul (right), a loggerhead turtle called Big Head has been found and is sticking his neck out by tipping Brazil.
Muscat: Researchers in Oman and the French island of Reunion are collaborating to study Loggerhead turtles and find ways to protect them.
The three-and-a-half-mile refuge nesting area on Jupiter Island holds about 2,500 turtle nests, including several hundred nests of the larger and equally endangered loggerhead and leatherback turtles.
Background: Some 95% of the nesting sites of the loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) in the Mediterranean Sea are concentrated on Greek, Turkish, Cypriot and Libyan coasts.
Although some species, such as the loggerhead, Caretta caretta, and green, Chelonia mydas, turtles may vary among populations and individuals in the details of their life history patterns (Hatase et al.
The green turtle usually only nests in Oman," she said, adding "And although we've not yet found any nests of the loggerhead, we have identified the turtles.
The Environment Society of Oman (ESO) engaged more than 180 students from three schools in Masirah Island during a weekA[degrees] long public awareness drive on the importance of protecting the Loggerhead turtles and the biodiA[degrees] versity of the region.
Masirah: The Environment Society of Oman (ESO) engaged more than 180 students from three schools from Masirah Island, 400km east of Muscat, during a week-long public awareness drive on the importance of protecting the loggerhead turtles and the biodiversity of the region.
A loggerhead sea turtle nicknamed "Big Bel" that was treated in Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital for several months returned to the wild in February.
But now keepers at an aquarium in Japan's western city of Kobe are battling to find a high-tech solution to the 25-year-old female loggerhead turtle's devastating handicap.