com/endangered-sea-turtles-bones-reveal-surprises-scientists-guide-conservation-efforts-2647440) impact of fishing on loggerhead turtles
, including adjusting the type of fishing gear and locations used to reduce the number of sea turtles getting caught up.
Longer migrations have been recorded for previous Mon Repos nesting loggerhead turtles
up to 2,600 km to the Northern Territory and also into north eastern Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
HH Sayyida Tania Al Said ESO's President, said, "Despite being an integral part of our global ecosystem for millennia, today loggerhead turtles
face a substantial threat due to unsustainable fishing practices, marine pollution, climate change, and development on nesting beaches.
featured an example of ESA vicarious liability
Protecting loggerhead turtles
in the Mediterranean?
Egypt boasts five species of sea turtle, the Loggerhead Turtle
, the Green Turtle, the Hawksbill Turtle, the Olive Ridley Turtle and the Leatherback -- all of which are classified as either globally Endangered or Critically Endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Distribution of the loggerhead turtle
, Caretta caretta, and the leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea, in the Cape Canaveral, Florida area: results of aerial surveys.
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 trawl survey method for estimating loggerhead turtle
, Caretta caretta, abundance in five eastern Florida channels and inlets.
The biology of the Tongaland loggerhead turtle
Caretta careita L.
Multiple paternity in loggerhead turtle
All but two of the sea turtles - a 68kg oiled loggerhead turtle
dubbed Big Mama and a 38kg loggerhead that was sick but free of oil - are juveniles, ranging from saucer- to dinner-plate size.