From fishe to flagship

Ramesh, Madhuri and Shanker, Kartik (2018) From fishe to flagship. [Publications (Pre-joining)]

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As a group, sea turtles have a rich social history because artefacts, written records and material remains of these animals have been found in many inhabited locations, many of these dating back to prehistoric times. From biologist Jack Frazier’s detailed overview of archaeological records,2 we know that Bronze Age peoples ate turtle meat and used the carapace to make ornaments.

Item Type: Publications (Pre-joining)
Authors: Ramesh, Madhuri and Shanker, Kartik
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Fishe, flagship, Sea Turtles, Marine Fisheries
Subjects: Natural Sciences > Life sciences; biology > Ecology
Natural Sciences > Animals (Zoology)
Divisions: Azim Premji University > School of Development
Full Text Status: Public
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