Aldabra

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Aldabra

an island group in the Indian Ocean: part of the British Indian Ocean Territory (1965--76); now administratively part of the Seychelles
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The biology of tropicbirds at Aldabra Atoll, Indian Ocean.
8%, n = 167 (Phillips, 1987) Aldabra Atoll (Diamond, 1975) Cocos-Keeling Islands (Gibson-Hill, 1950) Local Egg length (mm) Egg width (mm) Fernando de Noronha 54.
Author and year Region Size at maturity TL (cm) Strasburg Central Pacific [female] 9213-216 (1958) INDIAN OCEAN Fourmanoir Madagascar [female] 248-269 (1961) [female] 6240 Stevens (1984) Aldabra Atoll [female] 216 [female] 239 SOUTH PACIFIC Stevens (1984) Tasman Sea [female] 202-208 [female] 214 EAST PACIFIC Bonfil et al.
Life-history and ecology of sharks at Aldabra Atoll, Indian Ocean.
Hutson, Aldabra Atoll Royal Society Expedition 1967-68 (BM 1968-333); 3 [female] Aldabra, West Island, near settlement, 21-31.
Three giant tortoises from the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles are being taught "positive reinforcement" by keepers at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, in Devon.