Clark Sarullo

Atlanta, Georgia, US • 2:22 AM Local Time

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Clark Sarullo

Category Documentaries
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Documentary bringing awareness to sea turtle-friendly lighting: Informative Knowledgeable Motivational Educational Professional Smart Storyteller Serious Narrator Warm Engaging Soft Hopeful

Video produced by Two-Head Video
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Since the beginning of our time on Earth, humans have searched for ways to illuminate the night. Unfortunately, this comes at significant cost. Too many of the other creatures who also call our planet home light is a powerful biological force, and for many species, including our own, it could disrupt circadian rhythm hormone, regulated processes, foraging, mating development and navigational behaviors. Perhaps one of the best examples of how light pollution affects wildlife can be seen in Florida, where sea turtles are struggling to survive the encroachment of urban development on areas where they nest. The guardians of the night are on the front line, changing the landscape of light on our beaches to help secure their future.