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Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) at cleaning station at Olowalu Reef on the west side of the island of Maui, Hawaii, USA. The range of this species extends throughout tropical and subtropical seas around the world, with two distinct populations in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. They are green because of their fat underneath their shell (carapace). As a species recognized as endangered by the IUCN and CITES, Chelonia mydas is protected from exploitation in most countries worldwide. It is illegal to collect, harm or kill individual turtles in the Hawaiian Islands.
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Sculptures exterieures du Santuaire de granit du palais de Karnac
Sculptures exterieures du Santuaire de granit du palais de Karnac (Sacre de Philippe-Aridee par les Dieux Thot et Hor-hat), 1849-50.
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