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Saving Sea Turtles: Dangers of Marine Debris
Students will learn about sea turtle basics, sea turtle feeding behaviors, dangers of marine debris, and what they can do to help. Hands-on activity included!
Dr. Daisy R. Dailey
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Seven different species of sea turtles inhabit our oceans, from the shallow seagrass beds of the Indian Ocean, to the colorful reefs of the Coral Triangle and the sandy beaches of the Eastern Pacific. Sea turtles have been around since the time of the dinosaurs, but all seven species in the world face potential extinction. Over the last 200 years, human activities have threatened the survival of these amazing sea creatures. Over 1 million marine animals (including mammals, fish, sharks,...
Students will improve their understanding of sea turtles, why sea turtles are in danger, and what we can do in our own communities to help.
Handouts and videos provided by the teacher. Students will need: Pencil/crayons or colored pencils Plastic water bottle with label removed (filled 3/4 with water) Blue food coloring Plastic grocery bag or similar Small piece of string (~ 6 inches)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dr. Daisy R. DaileyMarine Biologist, Professional Marine Educator, Summer Camp Director
431 total reviews
217 completed classes
Howdy! I am excited to share my love of all things marine with you! I teach marine biology, marine science, marine engineering, and ocean conservation. I have over 20 years of experience teaching all ages as a marine biologist, professional marine...