Take a look at The Great Barrier Reef from a Sea Turtle's perspective. Researchers at The World Wildlife Foundation strapped a GoPro on a turtle's shell and the results were incredible. From what we can see, this turtle…
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) released a video of a sea turtle cruising about the Great Barrier Reef in Australia on its Facebook, hoping to raise awareness of the reef’s decline and understand recent turtle strandings. To put together...Show More Summary
OCEAN CITY, Md. — Chuck Erbe knew dinner was over as soon as he saw the number on his ringing cellphone. There was a baby whale in distress. He told the waiter at Mio Fratello on Fenwick Island to bring a box for the pasta and headed for the quick change of clothes and the badge that waited in his truck.Read full article >>
The World Wildlife fund outfitted a a sea turtle with a GoPro to study its behavior in the wild. The turtle swam along the Great (...)
This amazing video gives a turtle's eye view of the beautiful, breathtaking and severely threatened Great Barrier Reef
A man and a woman in an ATV reportedly ran over five roped-off sea turtle nests and three black skimmer chicks—killing two of the birds and injuring the other—deliberately... The post $2,500 Reward Offered for Help in Nabbing Couple Who Ran Over Protected Animals appeared first on PETA.
A bird's-eye view is so 2014. If you want to see what's happening under the sea, you need to consult with a turtle. Which is what the World Wildlife Fund did in their new video of the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world's largest system of coral reefs. Show More Summary
A guided tour of the Great Barrier Reef.
A sea turtle with a GoPro camera strapped to its back has provided a remarkable view of life along Australia's 1,800-mile Great Barrier Reef. The reef is one of the “seven wonders of the natural world,” listed alongside the VictoriaShow More Summary
Watch the Full Length Since sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica began in the 1950s, conservationists and poachers have peacefully shared the beach. But the murder of the environmentalist Jairo Mora Sandoval in 2013 shocked the eco-friendly...Show More Summary
But seriously, haven't you ever wanted to take a ride on a sea turtle, "Finding Nemo"-style?THE WAIT IS OVER.Physically sitting on a sea turtle is a big no-no, obviously (or maybe not so obviously?), but thanks to the miracle of modern...Show More Summary
Originally published on EdenKeeper.org As endangered sea turtles are returning home to the gorgeous Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, a new initiative to support conservation efforts is in full bloom at the Blue Osa Yoga Retreat. Expanding...Show More Summary
The unidentified couple destroyed five sea turtle nests and killed two black skimmer chicks
Watch the Full Documentary With over five percent of the world's biodiversity, Costa Rica is a prime destination for eco-tourism and conservation work. The Central American country is also a sea turtle nesting hotspot, and scientists and volunteers visit regularly to study these natural wonders. Show More Summary
With all sea turtles being currently on the list of endangered species, authors now offer a critical review of what is being done towards saving injured Mediterranean loggerhead and green turtles. They also call for further development and implementation of rescue centers, first-aid stations and awareness campaigns.
July 4 represents freedom for Americans, of course, but it's also a big day for turtles on the Big Island of Hawaii. The national holiday is also known as "Turtle Independence Day" at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows along the Kohala Coast. The resort has been raising green sea turtles since...
These days, having pets at a wedding is nothing out of the ordinary. Dogs, cats and even horses -- we've seen it all. But wild monkeys, deer and sea turtles? Now those are animals that don't typically make the guest list. The ethicsShow More Summary
Since sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica began in the 1950s, conservationists and poachers have peacefully shared the beach. But the murder of the environmentalist Jairo Mora Sandoval in 2013 shocked the eco-friendly country and brought...Show More Summary
The United Nations declared World Oceans Day as a day to think about protecting the seas and the marine creatures that live in them. Sea turtles are a good place to start. There are eight species of them worldwide, some endangered because their populations are declining. In the U.S., you're most...
Ecologist Barbara Schroeder is the National Sea Turtle Coordinator (!) for NOAA, overseeing the conservation and recovery of turtles in U.S. waters. In honor of National Sea Turtle Week, she’s hosting an AMA over at /r/science. Got a question about sea turtles? She’ll be answering questions from 2:00 pm—4:00 pm ET. Read more...