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You never know where the tiger sharks go

Tiger sharks have gained notoriety for their voracious appetites — they'll devour just about anything, from sea turtles to kegs of nails to a few unlucky humans — yet of late, it is their mysterious travel habits that have excited interest in the scientific community.Full story

Gulf sea turtle deaths up, joining dolphin trend

Federal scientists trying to figure out why dolphin deaths along the Gulf of Mexico are up this year now have a second challenge: a sharp jump in sea turtle deaths in some Gulf areas. Full story

Endangered Leatherback Turtles Tracked Through 'Ocean Desert'

Leatherbacks are the Olympians of the turtle world. They swim farther, dive deeper and venture into colder waters than any other marine turtle species. Full story

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Crews evacuate turtle eggs from oiled Gulf

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  After oil disaster, turtle returns to Gulf

NBC's environmental expert Jeff Corwin reports on a sea turtle that was returned to the Gulf after being found during the oil spill disaster.  

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