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SEA turtles have been swimming in the world’s oceans for as long as 100 million years. They have long fascinated biologists for their surprisingly greatest lifespans. While they spend more than half of their life in water they do come ashore to lay eggs. . Upon hatching, the baby sea turtles leave the nest and enter a threatening world of storms and predators. The females will get back to the same beach to lay their own eggs when they attain maturity a decade later.

IN this blog you’ll have the opportunity to unravel the mysteries of these magnificent creatures. The sea-turtles.org not only provides a deep insight into the marine turtles’ behavior—it also offers compelling and more importantly comprehensive account of their life cycle and history based on the most recent scientific data.