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A green turtle encountered nesting on May 20, but tagged May 21 at 3:43 pm. Luria was waiting for researchers when they arrived on the beach.  It was mid-afternoon, so many small children and adults from the local community of Almond Beach were able to observe her as she was being tagged.  Luria was in almost perfect condition with a clean, really beautiful shell! She did fuss on occasion, clearly preferring to be out at sea rather than under the coconut trees in a tight box. She wasted little time getting to the safety of the ocean, once she was released.

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Cumulative distance traveled: 3,458 km (2,149 miles)
Distance covered since last location: 0.82 km (0.51 miles)
Time tracked: 177 days

Average speed since release: 0.81 kph (0.50 mph)
Average speed since last location: 0.03 kph (0.02 mph)
Time since last location update: 34,614 hours

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Map created by Sea Turtle Conservancy using Google Earth Mapping API. Data WWF & Map STC.
This map is automatically updated with new points as soon as they are received by the Sea Turtle Conservancy. The turtle icon location point is the most recent location received for this turtle. If the most recent point is more than two months old, then the transmitter is most likely no longer working.

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