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Satellite tracking started by Marine Research and Conservation organization Marinelife Alliance on 29th March 2010. This is first satellite tracking of sea turtle in Bangladesh.

Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) are worthy of special mention. They are the largest of their kind, growing to nearly a tone. Uniquely they have tough rubbery skin instead of a hard shell. This enables them to withstand high pressure in deep water and to dive about 1200 meter in search of food.

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Air-breathing reptiles, sea turtles are well-adapted to their marine environment. Their size varies greatly, depending upon species from the small ....


Sea Turtle of Bangladesh
Bangladesh, located on the northern side of the side of the Bay of Bengal in mainland Asia, supports five species of sea turtles in its territorial waters, including the olive ridley turtle, green turtle, hawksbill turtle, loggerhead turtle and leatherback turtle.....


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