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Scientists and fishermen fight to save leatherback turtles, California's official marine reptile

Despite strict protections off the West Coast, leatherback turtles are in danger in other parts of the Pacific, scientists and fishermen said at a conference called to celebrate California’s official marine reptile. The meeting, held recently in La Jolla, offered a status update on the ancient...
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