FSU: Recreational fisheries pose threat to skittish sea turtles

FSU: Recreational fisheries pose threat to skittish sea turtles

Scientists at Florida State University suggests that scallop harvesting — and recreational fishing generally — may come at a cost for the vulnerable sea turtles that live and forage in these shallow seas.

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