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Species: Hawksbill
Life Stage: Sub - Adult
Gender: Unknown
Release Date: 2016-09-24 07:30:00
Release Location: Estacion Parque Nacional Coiba
Last Location: 2017-09-04 00:00:00


Anita es una carey sub adulta que se encontró en el Parque Nacional Coiba, a lo largo del Pacífico de Panamá. Su número de seguimiento por satélite es PNC 021. Anita fue doblemente marcada con placas inconel (número GJ911 NOAA) y una marca PIT (Passive Integrated Transponder # 152307445A) en su aleta izquierda.

Anita fue capturada por primera vez en aguas que rodean la isla Granito de Oro el 08 de septiembre de 2014 y midió 50 cm de largo curvo de caparazón (LCC) en ese momento. Ella ha sido recapturada en cada una de las siguientes seis campañas del censo de población y de marcado del proyecto de monitoreo de tortugas carey en el Parque Nacional Coiba, incluyendo el más reciente (septiembre de 2016). El LCC de Anita durante esta última (sexta) campaña fue de 54,5 cm y su peso superior a las 25 libras.
Anita is a sub adult hawksbill that was encountered in Coiba National Park, along Pacific Panama. Her satellite tracking number is PNC 021. Anita was marked with both inconel (number GJ911 NOAA) and PIT (Passive Integrated Transponder #152307445A) tags on her left flipper.

Anita was first captured in waters surround the island ‘Granito de Oro’ on 08 September 2014 and measured 50 cm of Curved Carapace Length (CCL) at that time. She has been recaptured in each of the following six population census and tagging campaigns, including the most recent (September 2016), by the hawksbill turtle monitoring project in the Coiba National Park. Anita’s LCC during this last (6th) campaign was 54.5 cm and her weight was greater than 25 pounds.

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