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Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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These devices reduce the number of non-target animals being caught in trawls and some may even increase sea snake escape by up to 50%.
Project description: This project is carried out to enhance motivation of local people to care about sea snakes and to lobby with mainstream institutions for communication the threats of the exiting procedures.
Next, Steve travels to the remote islands of Fiji where he comes into close contact with another species of sea snake.
Their latest project, Marine Worlds, is an enormous carousel with 27 carriages on three levels, including a giant squid, a sea snake and a manta ray.
Jonathan Wickings, 18, was thought to have been attacked by a poisonous fish or sea snake while swimming during a boat trip from Palma, Majorca.
McCarthy (1987) proposed that the relatively simple scale microornamentation in sea snakes (Laticauda colubrina: brachylamellate basally, cellular polygonal imbricate apically; McCarthy 1987, Price and Kelly, 1989) when compared to the relatively more complex microornamentation of terrestrial elapids was "perhaps connected with an anti-fouling strategy".
The reef is 35 sq km away and supports a large number of coral species, seagrass meadows, as well as vibrant marine life that includes turtles, dugongs, dolphins, sea snakes, clownfish, sponges, and urchins.
The court learned that acts of cruelty have been performed on sea snakes, chicks, rabbits, guinea pigs, a puppy, dogs, frogs and rats in 2009 on order of the couple, according to the minors who testified in the case.
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And sea snakes can absorb oxygen from water through their skin a bit like amphibians.
Look out for sea snakes, green turtles, squid, crocodile long-toms and leopard sharks.