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In some places in the world humans have historically hunted and eaten sea turtles. Their discarded shells have been collected at a field research station in Baja California, Mexico, in remembrance of the once-abundant marine reptiles that have become rare because of hunting. There are seven species of sea turtle that inhabitat the oceans of the world, except polar regions. Sea turtles are threatened not only by hunting, but by fisheries where they are caught as by-catch, disease like fibropapillomatosis, possibly related to toxins, plastics mistaken for jellyfish food resources, taking of eggs, and other human-related influences. (Fotograf: Steven Zeff)
Fotograf: Steven Zeff
Byline: Steven Zeff/Azote
Bildreferens: szb_x0160
Datum: 2002-02-23
Max filstorlek: 1532x1173 px (≈ 13x10 cm / 300 dpi)