The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will remove Florida’s green sea turtles from the endangered species list in a plan that divides turtles around the planet into 11 distinct populations. Only three groups will remain classified as endangered while the remaining eight will be downlisted to threatened.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will remove Florida’s green sea turtles from the endangered species list in a plan that divides turtles around the planet into 11 distinct populations. Only three groups will remain classified as endangered while the remaining eight will be downlisted to threatened. Tim Burdick AP
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will remove Florida’s green sea turtles from the endangered species list in a plan that divides turtles around the planet into 11 distinct populations. Only three groups will remain classified as endangered while the remaining eight will be downlisted to threatened. Tim Burdick AP

Florida green sea turtles no longer endangered, feds say

April 05, 2016 3:32 PM

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