Results for - Rare Fluorescent Sea Turtle Glows Red and Green

1,664 voters participated in this survey

1. In late July, deep sea divers made a glowing discovery: a sea turtle that reflected light. Did you know such a turtle existed?

Yes
9%
149 votes
No
80%
1,331 votes
Undecided
4%
71 votes
Not Applicable
7%
113 votes
Below the tropical waves near the Solomon Islands, nighttime divers spotted a psychedelic vision: an endangered sea turtle glowing bright red and green. The turtle, identified as the hawksbill sea turtle, is on the critically endangered list. It is the first reptile to reflect blue light hitting a surface and re-emit it it as a different color, also known as biofluorescence. Have you heard of a hawksbill turtle before this survey?

2. Below the tropical waves near the Solomon Islands, nighttime divers spotted a psychedelic vision: an endangered sea turtle glowing bright red and green. The turtle, identified as the hawksbill sea turtle, is on the critically endangered list. It is the first reptile to reflect blue light hitting a surface and re-emit it it as a different color, also known as biofluorescence. Have you heard of a hawksbill turtle before this survey?

Yes
13%
223 votes
No
72%
1,194 votes
Undecided
6%
98 votes
Not Applicable
9%
149 votes
Have you ever gone deep sea or scuba diving?

3. Have you ever gone deep sea or scuba diving?

Yes
9%
153 votes
No
79%
1,315 votes
Not Applicable
12%
196 votes

4. If you have gone deep sea or scuba diving did you enjoy it?

Yes
8%
135 votes
No
8%
140 votes
Undecided
4%
61 votes
Not Applicable
80%
1,328 votes

5. If you have not gone deep sea or scuba diving would you like to see the ocean life by going diving?

Yes
30%
500 votes
No
30%
507 votes
Undecided
13%
224 votes
Not Applicable
26%
433 votes
10/07/2015 Living 1664 20 By: sarahzahm

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