By Jeanette Wyneken
Sea turtles have existed for hundreds of thousands of years, making them attention-grabbing matters of analysis. within the final twenty years, the technology of sea turtle biology has increased at an exponential expense, 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 positive aspects in their marine environment. Read more...
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Biology of Sea Turtles, Volume 3 by Jeanette Wyneken