Why did animal X stop transmitting?
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|Name||Species||Life Stage||Release Date||Last Location||Days Transmitted|
|Brisk Bay Bell ||Flatback Turtle||Adult||2014-03-05||2014-09-15||194|
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Brisk Bay Bell was fitted with a satellite transmitter after completing her nesting at Brisk Bay near Bowen in Northern Queensland.
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