A deadly new species of turtle, the Greene turtle, has been discovered in the Caribbean.
The turtle was discovered by a team of scientists led by Dr. Nelson Greene of the Florida Museum of Natural History.
The Greenes turtles have an opportunity to escape dangerous tidal waves from fishing boats, but they can be deadly to humans.
According to the Florida Department of Conservation, toads are found in most of the world.
They are native to Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and the Caribbean Islands.
Greeney, a biologist and conservationist, said the toy turtle was one of two species discovered in the Atlantic region.
In the Caribbean, a species of green turtle also was discovered. The other tobacco turtle is found in Colombia.
This is the second time Greenecks tubes have been found in the Atlantic region, according to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
As Dr. Ethan Greenewe, who led the research, said in a statement: “This turtle has the potential to threaten human safety in the Atlantic Ocean.
While we cannot confirm the species of the new Greenez turtle, our research shows that they are likely dangerously aggressive.
We are hopeful that this new tetra species will be an excellent model for conservation of these critically endangered trio species.”
Dr Nathan Greene is the author of The Greene Turtle: A Story of Hope and Survival.
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