New research on sea turtle fossils reveals an important link to modern sea turtles.
Conservation laws need to be “refined and reassessed” in order to more effectively protect sea turtles.
The objective of the GTCP is to protect Gnaraloo’s turtle rookeries by gathering baseline data on the nesting beaches.
Why do leatherback sea turtles lay their eggs exactly where they do?
In addition to warming our oceans and beaches, climate change is also altering the ratio of male to female sea turtles.
A new study is one of the first to examine the predator-prey interactions between tiger sharks and loggerhead sea turtles.
It was once commonly thought that young sea turtles passively drifted in ocean currents without really swimming, but now we know that’s not true.
Researchers recently discovered that baby sea turtles make sounds and communicate with each other from inside their eggs.
Australia’s network of marine reserves has proved to be valuable for vulnerable flatback sea turtles.