A New Survey Finds That Green Turtles Numbers Are Increasing in the Pacific
But the results are not so rosy for the critically endangered hawksbill turtle.
The Rapidly Warming Gulf of Maine Puts Sea Turtles at Increased Risk of Stranding
Warmer waters in the region lead to an increased threat of cold-stunning because turtles stick around longer before heading south.
Researchers Find 'Startling' Amounts of Plastic in the Bodies of Sea Turtle Hatchlings
Plastic pollution in the ocean is a growing threat to the survival of sea turtles.
Microplastic Pollution Is at an All-Time High in Cyprus
The contaminated beaches that researchers studied in the Mediterranean are crucial nesting sites for both green and loggerhead sea turtles.
Indonesia's Persistent Illegal Turtle and Tortoise Trade
A recently published report shows the extent of the country's ongoing problems with the black market sale of animals.
The Long Conservation: Studying Sea Turtles Is a Practice in Patience
Due to their lifespans, it's difficult for scientists to discern how sea turtle species respond to conservation techniques.