Why are turtles tracking us in Turtle Cove?

Turtle Cove is a small cove in Florida, about 20 miles from Miami, where a turtle was captured in August 2014 and brought to a turtle research facility in Miami.

Turtle Cove was established in 1984 and has more than 600 members and volunteers.

According to the website Turtle Cove, the turtle that was captured there was a male named Mavros.

The turtle was first spotted by a group of volunteers from Miami Beach.

The group decided to capture the turtle in order to study it.

However, they quickly realized that the turtle was not a male and decided to put the turtle to sleep and then bring it back for a DNA test.

The results of the DNA test were negative.

The researchers were able to learn that Mavro was a female, which allowed them to learn more about the turtle and learn how to care for it.

Turtle-tracking devices are used to study the behavior of turtles.

The Turtle Cove program started in 2009 and the turtle tracking devices are located in the main turtle cove and in the turtle enclosure.

The program has been supported by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Some of the research facilities in the Florida ecosystem are currently monitoring the turtles for turtle tracks and other invasive species.

The devices are being used to document the behavior and size of turtles, which are important to understand the species composition of the ecosystem.

Researchers also use them to monitor the health of other species, such as sea turtles.

They collect data to provide information on population dynamics and the impacts of natural and manmade disturbance.

According a statement by the Turtle Cove Foundation, “Our goal is to help educate the public on the importance of studying turtle populations, their natural habitat, and the impact of human activities on the wildlife.”

In the US, the Turtle Island Wildlife Refuge is the largest federally-managed wildlife refuge in the US.

The refuge is also the home to a variety of species including sea turtles, turtles, fish and a variety or endangered birds.

The population of sea turtles in the refuge is estimated to be around 1,000.

Some are protected under federal law, but many are not.

The turtles are listed as vulnerable under the Endangered Species Act, meaning that the government must take action to protect them.

In 2017, the US Fish and Aquarium closed the turtle habitat for turtle research.

The US Fish & Wildlife Service also stated that the US government was not responsible for the turtle population in the marine park.