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  • Ocean Life Killed By Plastic

    100 million marine animals die each year from plastic waste alone. 100,000 marine animals die from getting entangled in plastic yearly – this i...
  • Rescued Radiated Tortises

    Rescued Radiated Tortoises Receiving Care in Madagascar – Your Help is Needed! Turtle Survival Alliance On February 12th, TSA- Madagscar staff sei...
  • No Sustainable Ocean Catches

    Ocean Life Which Over Fishing is Rapidly Killing Off    There is No Sustainable Sea Food        ·        Abalone: a large edible sea snail of coas...
  • Japanese Horrific Whale Kill

    Pilot Whale Slaughter from Melissa Thompson Esaia. I left Taiji yesterday, and my heart was broken as I boarded my plane to come home. At 5:00am w...
  • Japan Shark Fin Slaughter House

    KESEN-NUMA CITY, JAPAN - It's 5am on the the north eastern tip of Japan's main island of Honshu, and 75 tons of dead shark is being meticulously ar...
  • Help Ocean Climate change

    Species are highly connected to one another. The changing climate can alter their relationships. To understand how these relationships change, let’...
  • Coral Reef Bleaching

    Climate change is the greatest global threat to coral reef ecosystems. Scientific evidence now clearly indicates that the Earth's atmosphere and oc...
  • World's Rarest Turtle

    Once found throughout the Yangtze and Red River basins, it has been wiped out by habitat loss from dam construction and was hunted heavily for local food consumption in the latter decades of the 
  • Flatback Turtles

    In comparison to other sea turtle species that lay 100-200 eggs per nest, the flatback turtles species lays an average of 50 per nest. Their eggs and hatchlings however,
  • Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles

    The Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles possess a triangular shaped heads with hooked beaks and strong jaws. They inhabit nearshore habitats where they forage for their favorite prey, crabs. They also eat fish, jellies, shrimp, and a variety of molluscs. 
  • Olive Ridley Sea Turtles

    The Olive Ridlelys Sea turtles are omnivores, eating a variety of prey including crabs, shrimp, lobster, urchins, jellies, algae, and fish. In Baja California, Mexico, their preferred prey is the red crab which is abundant in offshore waters. 
  • Green Sea Turtles

    Green Sea turtles are distributed worldwide and nest in more than 80 countries. Nearly all Hawaiian Green sea turtles migrate to nest at French Frigate Shoals in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands