Turtle Tracker: Sea Turtle Tracking & Conservation: Jamur

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Project Turtles: ChoroeŁo | Cristina | Fermina | Ibťlice | Idun | Jamur | Rickie | Romana | Shelldon

Cumulative distance traveled: 16,564 km (10,293 miles)
Notes: Jamur reached the eastern coast of Spain at the end of 2007. After staying awhile in the same general area, she is now off the western coast of Africa. Jamur has moved south through the Canary Islands. Straight line distance is 7,083 km.

 

Distance covered since last location: 35 km

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Cumulative Distance refers to how far the turtle has actually travelled since it was first tagged. Straight Line Distance refers to the distance between where the turtle was first tagged and its current position in a straight line.

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Map courtesy of Sea Turtle Conservancy. Data © STC.
This map is updated with new points as soon as they are received by the Sea Turtle Conservancy. The red location point is the most recent location received for this turtle. If the red point is more than two months old, then the transmitter is most likely no longer working.

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Several project satellite transmitters and the Sea Turtle Migration-Tracking Education Program have been funded in part by the Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund.