Diamond in the Rough Unexpected
Note: This is a blog short in a continuing series “Seashell Philosophy by She” of philosophical reflections during visits to the seashore… 830 more words
By: Tim Freed
A lingering mystery surrounding one of the oldest creatures in the ocean could soon be unlocked with UCF leading the way.
Research conducted by a team of professors and scientists led by UCF professor Kate Mansfield revealed first-of-its kind data regarding the migration patterns of sea turtles between hatching and returning to the coast – a curious gap in knowledge that experts refer to as “the lost years.” 803 more words
After five months in rehabilitation, 13 endangered sea turtles were successfully released in Florida last week! The turtles, all admitted for complications from cold-stunning, had made a full recovery and were ready for release. 389 more words
This article by Jaime López appeared in The Costa Rica Star. Here’s an excerpt, with a link to the original story below.
The few, critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles that still arrive in Costa Rica during nesting season may stop coming here altogether… 231 more words