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Mating loggerhead turtles
Mating loggerhead turtles
Mating loggerhead turtles
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Shipstern Nature Reserve is located in the north-eastern corner of Belize, covers an area of more than 11’000 hectares (ca. 27’000 acres), protecting a wide array of habitats, ranging from saline wetlands and lagoons to Yucatan tropical moist and dry forests. Shipstern Nature Reserve is home to all five cat species of Belize, the endangered Baird’s Tapir and a myriad of other plant and animal species, some of them very rare, and almost 300 species of birds.
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Much love in the ocean this month. Mating loggerhead turtles are a common sight these days when deep sea fishing by Rocky Point, Ambergris Caye.

Snorkelers are often lucky to encounter loggerhead turtles while they cruise our reefs looking for mollusks and crustaceans.

Photo by Dali Guerrero, of The Rock Fishing Team              
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