A few months ago we introduced the SPOT-395, a new Argos satellite tag for sub-adult “teenage” turtles. This tag—75 mm long and 86 g—stands up to any rugged marine application. It includes an Argos transmitter and temperature sensor and can last 345 days or more. We...

Mixing it up in Alaska: Habitat use of adult female Steller sea lions reveals a variety of foraging strategies Local indicators for global species: Pelagic sharks in the tropical northeast Atlantic, Cabo Verde islands region Migrations and movements of Atlantic tarpon revealed by two...

54 blue sharks were tagged with Wildlife Computers SPOT tags between 2004-2012. Researchers found out a lot of interesting facts about blue sharks including boys and girls like to hang out in different areas. However, during certain times of the year, they gravitate into the...

The black caiman is a mystery. Like most crocodilians, they are an understudied group. A study, the first of its kind, showed research on dietary ecology and movement of the black caiman. Wildlife Computers SPLASH tags tracked 76 black caimans. The information from this study will...

"Yoshi the loggerhead turtle arrived in Cape Town in July 1997 on a Japanese fishing vessel as a small 2-kilogram juvenile with a very distinctive injury on the side of her shell. The captain of the fishing vessel contacted the Two Oceans Aquarium and asked...

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