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Green sea turtles eat more plastic than ever: study
Green sea turtles eat more plastic than ever: study

Endangered green turtles are ingesting more man-made debris, including potentially lethal plastic products, than ever before.

Green sea turtles eat more plastic than ever: study
Study maps accidental killings of sea turtles
Study maps accidental killings of sea turtles

Sea turtles can get accidentally caught and killed in fishing operations, and new research out Monday seeks to map this phenomenon for the first time in a bid to save the endangered creatures.

Study maps accidental killings of sea turtles
World's oldest turtle shells stand the test of time
World's oldest turtle shells stand the test of time

Plucked from a pit of grey clay next to a rubbish dump in southern Poland, fossilised turtle shells resembling the battle-scarred shields of ancient warriors are the world's oldest and most complete.

World's oldest turtle shells stand the test of time

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