Editorial Comment. — These poems arrived by email one day—as so many now do—testament to the passion and personal needs of so many to express themselves in poetry when describing the plight of turtles. I've walked that path myself, composing several poems to celebrate and capture the essence of turtles and their need for preservation and protection. The author, a scientist like so many of us, has reached into his inner space to find and express beauty and rhythm in the poetic description of these inspiring animals. The inspiration and passion shown by people like him is inspiration in itself. Would that there were more of us in the world who lament the loss of species and the natural world—would that there were more of us to stand up for the preservation and protection of species and habitats, and to fight for the survival of...
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Research Article| December 01 2009
Chelonian Conservation and Biology (2009) 8 (2): 227.
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Turtle Poetry. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 1 December 2009; 8 (2): 227. doi: https://doi.org/10.2744/1071-8443-8.2.227
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