Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Tagging-a-Kemps-Ridley-turtle-27MZIFIRR77.htmlConceptually similarTagging a Kemps Ridley turtleGP02BRCompleted★★★★Turtle research. Rancho Nuevo, MexicoGP0KN6Completed★★★★Turtle research. Rancho Nuevo, MexicoGP0YEYCompleted★★★★Turtle research. Rancho Nuevo, MexicoGP0AWCCompleted★★★★Kemps Ridley turtle Nesting on BeachGP0YX8Completed★★★★Kemps Ridley turtle Nesting on BeachGP0YEXCompleted★★★★Turtle research. Rancho Nuevo, MexicoGP02BPCompleted★★★★Turtle research. Rancho Nuevo, MexicoGP01568Completed★★★★Kemps Ridley turtle Nesting on BeachGP04UQCompleted★★★★View AllGP02ZCTagging a Kemps Ridley turtleTurtle research. Rancho Nuevo, Mexico. Research workers glue a radio transmitter to the turtle's back to track its movements by satellite. Exploitation of turtles in Mexico was banned on May 28 1990.Locations:Mexico-North America-Rancho NuevoDate:1 May, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / DavisMaximum size:5629px X 3758pxKeywords:Day-Educational and research equipment-Electronics-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Research-Turtles-Two peopleShoot:Kemps Ridley Turtle Research in MexicoKemps Ridley turtles in Mexico after government legislation to end the exploitation of sea turtles. Research using ultrasound and radio transmitters.