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“…Of all specimens that ingested marine debris, 89% belonged to the species C. mydas. This finding corroborates other studies conducted on the Brazilian coast, which found 60-100% of green turtles with marine debris in their digestive tract (Bugoni et al, 2001;Tourinho et al, 2010;Macedo et al, 2011). Lutz (1990) suggested that green turtles increasingly ingest marine debris as they cannot distinguish debris from food, which corroborates other studies worldwide, such as in New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, USA, and the Mediterranean (Laist, 1987;Plotkin and Amos, 1990;Van Meter and Weiger, 1992;Tomás et al, 2002;Reinhold, 2015).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…Of all specimens that ingested marine debris, 89% belonged to the species C. mydas. This finding corroborates other studies conducted on the Brazilian coast, which found 60-100% of green turtles with marine debris in their digestive tract (Bugoni et al, 2001;Tourinho et al, 2010;Macedo et al, 2011). Lutz (1990) suggested that green turtles increasingly ingest marine debris as they cannot distinguish debris from food, which corroborates other studies worldwide, such as in New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, USA, and the Mediterranean (Laist, 1987;Plotkin and Amos, 1990;Van Meter and Weiger, 1992;Tomás et al, 2002;Reinhold, 2015).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…The marine debris ingested obstructs their digestive tract, resulting in their death even in small quantities (Bjorndal et al, 1994;Bugoni et al, 2001). Some studies conducted off the Brazilian coast found large amounts of marine debris in the stomach of sea turtles, with N 50% (Bugoni et al, 2001;Macedo et al, 2011;Mendes et al, 2015), which sometimes reached 100% (Tourinho et al, 2010). Marine debris can also be produced by fishing activities, as pieces of nets, hooks, and tackles, as well as tourist activities on the beach (Bugoni et al, 2001;Gall and Thompson, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Por outro lado, Macedo et al (2011) afirmaram que a presença das papilas queratinizadas e voltadas para a parte interna do aparelho digestório é um agravante anatômico em relação à ingestão de resíduos sólidos pelas tartarugas marinhas, uma vez que, como adaptação à alimentação no ambiente aquático, impedem o refluxo, fazendo com que resíduos seja mantidos.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…During a survey based on dead sea turtles found stranded on nearby beaches, 27 out of 45 specimens (60%) presented marine debris in their gastrointestinal system. The most ingested items were nylon monofilaments from fishing activities, but rigid and soft fragments were also recorded (Macêdo 2007).…”
Section: Ecological and Human Implicationsmentioning
confidence: 99%