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Sea turtles have existed for hundreds of thousands of years, making them interesting matters of research. within the final twenty years, the technological know-how of sea turtle biology has elevated at an exponential cost, resulting in significant advances in lots of parts. This booklet synthesizes the result of those advances and makes a speciality of how those endangered marine reptiles function in, adapt to, and are established upon specific good points in their marine environment. Read more...
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