Scientists are studying poaching in Costa Rica by planting GPS-enabled eggs in sea turtle nests .
Every year, 13 million tons of plastic wind up in our oceans.
The Californian conservation group Paso Pacífico plans to plant the GPS-tracked fake eggs, which look like ping pong balls and could be easily picked up by a poacher, during a mass nesting period in Central America this fall.
Nicaragua's beloved dish of sea turtle ova is also illegal—giving a new meaning to "poached eggs."
Australia's World Wildlife Fund strapped a GoPro to a turtle’s back so that you don’t have to.
Two years ago activist Jairo Mora Sandoval was murdered on the beach while trying to protect the eggs of endangered sea turtles; his alleged murderers were acquitted but a new trial may be in the offing
A new report by the National Wildlife Federation says dolphins continue to die, while the recovery of sea turtles has stalled and corals continue to show signs of damage from exposure to oil.
Climate change is bringing about a higher proportion of females to males in sea turtles, thanks to a seemingly idiotic genetic quirk called temperature-dependent sex determination. No one has yet figured out why turtles reproduce this way.
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