for all the wildlife lovers out there:
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... -swim.html
the national geographic site is brilliant. ive been a regular for ages now. in the article it talks about all the difficulties the leatherback may have faced on its journey. but i know for a fact that the biggest danger to this species are human beings. i recently saw a 6.5 footer (shell alone) scuba diving in sanur, bali in december and even the local who was with me was absolutely amazed because they are a delicacy and non that size have been see around for a very long time. i am not the kind of person to say whether the culture of eating an animal is wrong or right, but it definately is thought provoking. iam sure many of you are subscribers of nat geo but have a look at the website. they put up some great stuff now and then. i shall remember to post a link if something nice comes up now and then.