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Park Visitors And Released Green Sea Turtle After Research ExamiAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Park visitors, photographing tagged and released Green Sea Turtle, Chelonia mydas, in front of the piles of lava rocks of `Ai`Opio Fish Trap built by ancient Hawaiian, note - inscribed and painted number and the sonic transmitter epoxied on its carapace (tutle shell), U.S. Marine Turtle Research, organized by researcher George Balazs PhD, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Hawaii Preparatory Academy (HPA) students and teachers (NOAA/HPA Marine Turtle Program), and ReefTeach volunteers at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, Kona Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, Pacific Ocean.
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research attaching transmitter tagging tag marking mark marker reptile reptilia Testudines turtle Chelonioidea sea turtle Cheloniidae Chelonia mydas Green Sea Turtle endangered threatened species travel trip destination Pacific Ocean USA US United States Of America Hawaii Hawai`i Big Island Kona Coast photo photograph picture image shot culture cultural artifact artifacts fish trap historic Hawaiian kaloko-honokohau kaloko honokohau national historical park people human human being adult family female woman male man tourist traveler visitor photographer photographing
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