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Cocos Island

‘New York Times’ Ad Urges Costa Rica and Ecuador Presidents to Protect Endangered Sharks and Sea Turtles by Creating the Cocos-Galapagos Swimway

By Cocos-Galapagos Swimway, News Releases, Sea Turtles, Sharks

Leer en español. For Immediate Release, September 10, 2021 Contact: Mariano Castro, Turtle Island Restoration Network, mcastro@seaturtles.org  ‘New York Times’ Ad Urges Costa Rica and Ecuador Presidents to Protect Endangered…

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Whale Shark Migrating from Galapagos Island to Cocos Island Documented for First Time

By Cocos Island, Cocos-Galapagos Swimway, Marine Mammals & Seabirds, News Releases, Sea Turtles, Sharks
For Immediate Release, September 14, 2020 Contact: Alex Hearn, Galapagos Whale Shark Project, ahearn@usfq.edu.ec   Todd Steiner, Turtle Island Restoration Network, tsteiner@seaturtles.org  Whale Shark Migrating from Galapagos Island to Cocos Island...
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Environmental Groups Urge Costa Rica and Ecuador to Create World’s First Bilateral Marine Protected Area

By Cocos Island, Cocos-Galapagos Swimway, Marine Mammals & Seabirds, News Releases, Sea Turtles, Sharks

For Immediate Release, August 28, 2020 Contact: Brett Loveman, Mission Blue, bloveman@missionblue.org  Todd Steiner, Turtle Island Restoration Network, tsteiner@seaturtles.org  Environmental Groups Urge Costa Rica and Ecuador to Create World’s First…

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World’s First Marine Migratory Species Hope Spot Declared Between Cocos and Galápagos Islands

By Cocos Island, Cocos Island Research Expedition, Cocos-Galapagos Swimway, Marine Mammals & Seabirds, News Releases, Sea Turtles, Sharks

Contact: Brett Loveman, Director of Communications Mission Blue bloveman@mission-blue.org  Todd Steiner, Founder and Executive Director Turtle Island Restoration Network tsteiner@seaturtles.org  World’s First Marine Migratory Species Hope Spot Declared Between Cocos…

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