Satellite tracking reveals unusual diving characteristics for a marine reptile, the olive ridley turtle Lepidochelys olivacea
The movements, diving behaviour and thermal environment occupied by 4 adult female olive ridley turtles Lepidochelys olivacea in northern Australia were determined through satellite telemetry. Patterns of behaviour recorded were rather unusual compared to other sea turtles in that dives were mainly deep, largely benthic and exceptionally long (> 2 h) in some cases, characteristics typical of over-wintering turtles in colder environments. Source: Marine Ecology Progress Series (abstract)
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University of Swansea
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McMahon CR, Bradshaw CJA, Hays GC (2007) Satellite tracking reveals unusual diving characteristics for a
marine reptile, the olive ridley turtle Lepidochelys olivacea. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 329:239–252
Charles Darwin university
Natural Environment Research Council (UK) grant to G.C.H. and an Australian Academy of Science Visiting Fellowship to C.J.A.B.
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