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Rid·ley

(rid'lē),
Humphrey, English anatomist, 1653-1708. See: Ridley circle, Ridley sinus, circulus venosus ridleyi.
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Ganjam (Odisha) [India] Feb 25 ( ANI ): Lakhs of endangered Olive Ridley turtles flocked the Rushikulya river mouth for their annual mass nesting in Odisha's Ganjam district.
Building on these, this paper explores the insights that emerge from application of the biopolitical concept of 'population' to Olive Ridley turtles.
2007), in a study of olive ridley turtles in Australia, suggest that after the nesting season all turtles travel between 180 and 1050 km to different foraging areas, using coastal and continental habitats, and are able to forage during migration before reaching their foraging grounds.
Two Kemp's ridley turtles were washed up on Welsh beaches during rough weather in January 2012, both at Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan.
Four main species of turtles nest in Oman: Green turtles, Olive Ridley turtles, Hawksbill turtles and Loggerhead turtles.
The group classifies olive ridley turtles as "vulnerable" and green turtles as "endangered," meaning they are "at high risk of extinction in the wild.
They released olive ridley turtles into the wild and this initiative was supported by the governor of Bali.
Ridley turtles, a highly endangered species, are the ones that we most frequently find stranded on our beaches when waters chill.
Neritic waters also serve as access to nesting beaches for loggerhead, green, leatherback, hawksbill, and occasionally Kemp's ridley turtles.
Velas hosts the nesting of the endangered Olive Ridley Turtles that migrate thousands of miles to lay their eggs on the shores of the Arabian Sea.
In fact, Kennedy and his partners worked with the Virginia Aquarium to release 15 rehabilitated Kemp's ridley turtles and two loggerhead turtles in early June.
The North Marine Region will safeguard nesting and resting areas for threatened turtle species, including the flatback, hawksbill, green, and olive ridley turtles.