Environment and Natural Resource Management
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(African Journals Online (AJOL), 2021-08-24)Anthropogenic stressors from onshore and offshore activities can act as driving factors of disease for a wide range of marine organisms. Green turtles (Chelonia mydas) are prominently afflicted with a tumour-causing disease ...