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Hawksbill Turtle. Credit - Ecocentric Guy
August 18, 2023

For the first time, a new study reveals that many hawksbill turtles satellite-tagged in Papua New Guinea's (PNG) Conflict Islands swam more than 1,000 km to reach the Great Barrier Reef to forage, a journey taking more than a month. But hawksbills satellite-tagged in northeast Queensland's Milman Island stayed in Australian waters, mostly swimming north to forage in Torres Strait and around to western Cape York...

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