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A leatherback turtle is seen in Manzanilla, Trinidad and Tobago, in this June 27, 2000 file photo. Leatherback sea turtles have outlived dinosaurs, but they may not survive humans. The ancient giants, who once were plentiful in the Pacific Ocean, have started to disappear. During the last 13 years, the number of leatherback sea turtles has plummeted from hundreds of thousands to an estimated 40,000 worldwide. (AP Photo/Shirley Bahadur)
LeatherBack Turtle
heliconia bihai
Heliconia Bihaism
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Tobago Suffered the world's largest tanker spill, by the Atlantic Empress off Tobago in July 19, 1979 with 287,000 tons of oil.
Amphibians and Reptiles
of Trinidad and Tobago
Amphibians and Reptiles of Trinidad and Tobago



A Birder's Guide
to Trinidad and Tobago
A Birder's Guide to Trinidad and Tobago














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