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.
The main focus of our research is Aldabra Atoll because it's a large remote coral reef ecosystem which has received little impact from human habitation.
To monitor water temperatures, Buckley and the AMP team have strategically placed HOBO Water Temp Pro data loggers in several locations at Aldabra Atoll, and Assomption, Astove and St Pierre Islands to the east.
Three giant tortoises from the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles are being taught "positive reinforcement" by keepers at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, in Devon.