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A leatherback encountered nesting on May 19, at 1:22 am. Curved shell length 156 cm, curved shell width 120 cm. She was not as gentle with her eggs as some of the other turtles, in fact, she was a bit rough. Researchers found scars on her carapace and right front flippers indicating that she had a bad encounter with an object in the ocean. The pink spot on her head looked alot like a jelly fish and she had an additional pink spot on her nose.

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Cumulative distance traveled: 6,490 km (4,033 miles)
Distance covered since last location: 43.28 km (26.89 miles)
Time tracked: 132 days

Average speed since release: 2.05 kph (1.27 mph)
Average speed since last location: 1.80 kph (1.12 mph)
Time since last location update: 34,997 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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