After Steep Decline, Signs of  Hope for World’s Sea Turtles

After Steep Decline, Signs of Hope for World’s Sea Turtles

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Nearly all sea turtle species have been classified as endangered, with precipitous declines in many populations in recent decades.

But new protections, particularly in the U.S. and Central America, are demonstrating that dramatic recovery for these remarkable reptiles is possible…

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