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Sea turtle

Sea turtles (superfamily Chelonioidea), sometimes called marine turtles, are reptiles of the order Testudines. The seven extant species of sea turtles are: the green, loggerhead, Kemp's ridley, olive ridley, hawksbill, flatback, and leatherback.

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Sea Turtles were in Finding Nemo

Squirt from finding Nemo was a sea turtle.

Contributed by Kati Thomas

Sea Turtle facts

Contributed by Rochelle Warren

Sea turtles are very graceful creatures located in many of the oceans around the world. Many of them are considered endangered and are protected. They are very interesting creatures that scientists don't know all about.

Contributed by Mercedes Sanders

Sea turtles genders are chosen by the temperature of the sand in which they hatch.

Contributed by Ainsley Elizabeth Mason


Amazing Sea turtle journey.

Contributed by Chelsea Kiara Davis

A sea turtle's life is a hard one even after bursting out of the sand and scuttling down to the ocean for survival. They also endure some hardships during their attempts at mating. Poor Lucky!

Contributed by Mychol T. Styles

Two sea turtles that almost look like they are giving each other a smooch. Took this with a cheap underwater camera at Hawaii last year.

Contributed by Felicia Nicole McCoy

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