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Foraging Greens and Hawksbill Bare Sand Island

A project of Charles Darwin University/AusTurtle in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
120873 Green TurtleJuvenile2015-09-182015-10-3143
120874 Green TurtleJuvenile2015-09-182016-02-26161
Grimm HawksbillJuvenile2015-09-182016-07-31317

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Two juvenile Green turtles and a single juvenile Hawksbill turtle were captured on the rocky reef south of Bare Sand Island, Northern Territory, Australia and fitted with Splash tags (Wildlife Computers). The turtles were released at the point of capture by AusTurtle Inc volunteers.

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Charles Darwin University, AusTurtle Inc. Cardno Ecology Lab, and Inpex

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