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Novel insights into green sea turtle behaviour using animal-borne video cameras

  • Michael R. Heithaus (a1) (a2) (a3), Justin J. McLash (a1), Alejandro Frid (a1), Lawrence M. Dill (a1) and Greg J. Marshall (a2)...

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An animal-borne video camera and data-logger was used to collect behavioural data on green (Chelonia mydas) and loggerhead (Caretta caretta) turtles in Western Australia. This technique provided novel insights into the behaviour of green turtles including an apparent self-cleaning behaviour. Also, ctenophores and jellyfish might be more important in the diet of these turtles than previously thought.

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Novel insights into green sea turtle behaviour using animal-borne video cameras

  • Michael R. Heithaus (a1) (a2) (a3), Justin J. McLash (a1), Alejandro Frid (a1), Lawrence M. Dill (a1) and Greg J. Marshall (a2)...

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