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Endangered hawksbill turtle shell trade is much bigger than scientists ever suspected

According to the paper, which drew on data from the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, nearly nine million hawksbills were hunted for their shells during the 148-year period from 1844 to 1992. 

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