Turtles and Tortoises Are in Trouble

Craig B. Stanford, John B. Iverson, Anders G.J. Rhodin, Peter Paul van Dijk, Russell A. Mittermeier, Gerald Kuchling, Kristin H. Berry, Alberto Bertolero, Karen A. Bjorndal, Torsten E.G. Blanck, Kurt A. Buhlmann, Russell L. Burke, Justin D. Congdon, Tomas Diagne, Taylor Edwards, Carla C. Eisemberg, Josh R. Ennen, Germán Forero-Medina, Matt Frankel, Uwe FritzNatalia Gallego-García, Arthur Georges, J. Whitfield Gibbons, Shiping Gong, Eric V. Goode, Haitao T. Shi, Ha Hoang, Margaretha D. Hofmeyr, Brian D. Horne, Rick Hudson, James O. Juvik, Ross A. Kiester, Patricia Koval, Minh Le, Peter V. Lindeman, Jeffrey E. Lovich, Luca Luiselli, Timothy E.M. McCormack, George A. Meyer, Vivian P. Páez, Kalyar Platt, Steven G. Platt, Peter C.H. Pritchard, Hugh R. Quinn, Willem M. Roosenburg, Jeffrey A. Seminoff, H. Bradley Shaffer, Ricky Spencer, James U. Van Dyke, Richard C. Vogt, Andrew D. Walde

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Abstract

Craig Stanford and colleagues review the threats to the world's turtles and tortoises.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)R721-R735
JournalCurrent Biology
Volume30
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2020

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