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Jason Heller | Jun 25, 2007 2:00 AM
Our good friend Annie Crawley, an underwater photographer and film maker from California, was featured on WGN News in Chicago last week. She was interviewed about her new book and DVD series and also sent a positive message about the health of our oceans and the need for education and conservation. Way to go Annie! You can watch the video of the TV coverage here. Save Our Seas Foundation has provided Annie with a grant to help create her series and the DVDs. Because of this relationship, all of Annie's products have a bilingual narration track. People can listen to it in either Spanish or English. Annie points out that SOS is really doing great things to help scientists, photographers and other projects get the word out about helping to Save Our Seas...
Jason Heller | Jun 23, 2007 2:00 AM
During the months of July and August, I and a select group of adventurers from Mexico, Australia, Germany, England, France, Spain, Singapore and the United States visited the nesting beaches of the Pacific Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys Coriacea), in very remote Papua Barat, Indonesia. My initial visits and exposure to these "Gentle Giants of the Pacific"A‚A© was a year previously in a far different manner than these just concluded trips...
Jason Heller | Jun 20, 2007 2:00 AM
The slaugther of Seaturtles in Bali The Island of Bali in Indonesia has been the hub of the sea turtle trade for two decades. The buyers of turtle meat, shells and eggs are mainly found in the Asian markets as well as in Indonesia itself. Turtle meat and eggs are not going to feed the poor, instead they are a privilege of affluent societies. Turtle shell is being used for jewellery and ornaments for tourists, all unnecessary objects, for which hundreds of thousands of turtles have to lose their lives...
Joseph Tepper | Jan 26, 2023 5:37 PM
Crystal River won’t see drastic changes to its manatee swims this season

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