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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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Shortly thereafter, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources granted the hotel federal permission to establish a working nursery for the safekeeping of olive ridley eggs, a privilege extended to only a handful of institutions in the Southern Baja.
Having taken millions of years to evolve from a land to sea turtle, today the olive ridley is considered an endangered species.
Olive Ridleys migrate from the coast of Mexico to the Andhra Pradesh coast for breeding and nesting each year between the months of November and March.
10 ( ANI ): Nearly 100 carcasses of the endangered Olive Ridley turtles were washed ashore under mysterious circumstances, baffling scientists and locals, at the coast of Appikonda beach in Andhra Pradesh state.
We went to investigate and saw a dead turtle with a shell that looks like the Olive Ridley," said Mr Al Aish.
New Delhi: India's prized Olive Ridley turtles - those high-domed, glutinous green creatures weighing in excess of 100 pounds (45.
The beaches of Orissa are the last nestling ground for globally distributed Olive Ridleys in the Indian Ocean.
Around 20,000 Olive Ridley sea turtles crawled ashore from the Bay of Bengal, almost after a month's delay, to lay eggs at the 2.