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The last 2008 Kemp’s ridley nest found on the Texas coast was marked by hatchlings coming from a nest on Bolivar Peninsula no one
The rising cost of fuel is shifting the tide for marine biodiversity in a way that few politicians have had the courage to do.
The nesting season of the endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtles has drawn to a close in a remarkable fashion. Records show that 190 Kemp’s
recently returned from a trip to Cocos Island, tagging sharks. Since 2005, PRETOMA and TIRN have been tagging sharks in Cocos Island with acoustic
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