Tag: Turtle (Animal)


The Turtle Nesting Experience at Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park

The Turtle Nesting Experience at Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park

Welcome to Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park. Parks and Wildlife are managing this important marine park with traditional owners, the Nyungumarta, Karrijarri and Ngala people. This park will protect important values like Aboriginal culture, and important plants and animals like flatback turtles, migratory shorebirds and mudflat communities. Hello, this is our country, Nyungumarta country. We[…]

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Creature Feature: Snapping Turtles

Creature Feature: Snapping Turtles

Welcome to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Wildlife Resource Center I’m Harvey Webster. Today for this edition of Creature Features, we’ve come out of our shell. We’re talking turtles! Today I’m joined by Nikki McClellan, Wildlife Specialist, and we’re here in the Wildlife Resource Center with with King Koopa. Hi Nikki! Hi! Who is[…]

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Turtle Pond Design

Turtle Pond Design

Eric Triplett The Pond Digger here, today we are on a little excursion, we’re in Upland California, we’re at the home of Mike LaComb our aquatic plant specialist. Now Mike has a huge affinity for pond turtles, so I figured what better place to take you since today our focus is going to be on[…]

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Saving Endangered Sea Turtles

Saving Endangered Sea Turtles

Meet Buckwheat, Mikey, Beaker, Barney, Alfalfa, Newman, Goober and Barnacle Bill…they’re just a few of the sea turtles being treated at the Turtle Hospital in the Florida Keys “We’ve been rescuing rehabilitating and releasing sea turtles for almost 30 years.” Their goal—to make sure one of the oldest surviving animal species on earth does not[…]

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Turtle GPS – Science Nation

MILES O’BRIEN: Its time for this young Loggerhead Turtle to go to work. KEN LOHMANN: We can tether turtles in these little cloth harnesses. Put them into this tank and theyll swim in place. MILES O’BRIEN: University of North Carolina Biologist Ken Lohmann studies sea turtles that are programmed from birth for an extraordinary journey.[…]

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