Male Sea Turtles Are in Short Supply as Temperatures Rise

(Bloomberg) — As intense heat waves become more commonplace across the US, researchers fear more volatile temperatures will stunt sea turtle populations.In the Florida Keys, Bette Zircklebach, who directs the Turtle Hospital in Marathon, is worried about the species’ fate, saying that in the past four years, researchers have only found female eggs and hatchlings just as the state has seen temperatures touch record highs. Read More: Mapping the Coolest Spots Inside the World’s Sweltering CitiesEven though sea turtles are hatching, climate change bodes poorly for population dynamics.

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