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Sea Turtle Populations Bouncing Back Worldwide

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Oct 6, 2017.

  1. Sea Save Foundation

    Sea Save Foundation Sea Save Foundation Leader

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    Most sea turtle populations around the world are on the rise. This is good news, because six of seven species are still listed by the IUCN as vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered. Some populations are declining, like leatherback sea turtles in the Eastern and Western Pacific. Conservation efforts to protect beaches and regulate fishing, and the establishment of marine protected areas, have significantly helped sea turtle populations rebound.

    Read more here (story #6).

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