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GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES: Turtle watching

GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES: Turtle watching
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Sea turtles have lived in the world’s oceans for over 150 million years. Sadly, these ancient reptiles are now globally threatened with extinction. Many populations are declining as a result of persistent hunting, increasing coastal development, incidental capture in fisheries, the degradation and destruction of nesting beaches, and marine pollution. These simple guidelines by The Coral Reef Alliance are designed to help marine and reef operators protect these beautiful creatures.
Sea turtles have lived in the world’s oceans for over 150 million years. Sadly, these ancient reptiles are now globally threatened with extinction. Many populations are declining as a result of persistent hunting, increasing coastal development, incidental capture in fisheries, the degradation and destruction of nesting beaches, and marine pollution. These simple guidelines by The Coral Reef Alliance are designed to help marine and reef operators protect these beautiful creatures. Reduce

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Pearls of Wisdom

"Use a camera flash very sparingly if at all and take photos only from behind to avoid blinding the turtle." CORAL