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Field Trip Earth

Take a fascinating look at the Atlantic Sea Turtles (Green, Leatherback, Loggerhead, and Kemp's ridley), all of which are threatened or endangered. Join researchers as they track migration, investigate nesting behaviors, or rehabilitate stranded or injured turtles. courtesy of netTrekker
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Take a fascinating look at the Atlantic Sea Turtles (Green, Leatherback, Loggerhead, and Kemp's ridley), all of which are threatened or endangered. Join researchers as they track migration, investigate nesting behaviors, or rehabilitate stranded or injured turtles.

courtesy of netTrekker

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