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Sea Turtles - Endangered species by Luka Susnik






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Sea turtles are split into 7 species. Almost all of these species are on the endangered list. Humans as well as their greed have brought sea turtle figures alarmingly low.

All the sea turtles require air to breath. This includes all species from the smallest Kemp’s Ridley which weighs 80-100 pounds towards the superbly huge leatherback that could reach weights over 100 pounds.

Turtles spend the most part of their lives within the sea. When nesting, females arrive on land to lay eggs. That typically takes place every 2 to 5 years. As soon as newborn turtles hatch-out, usually it requires 60 days, they quickly make their way directly into the ocean. The juveniles will spend their initial years in open seas but will eventually turn to estuaries, coves and nearby coastline waters. As a result of potential predators just a small number of hatchlings can survive the initial years.

Oceans just about all around the world are inhabited with sea turtles. Most will nest on tropical or subtropical shorelines. When nesting, sea turtles are able to migrate lengthy miles. Loggerheads usually nest in Japan. Just after nesting time loggerhead sea turtles will migrate very long distances. Some even to Baja Sur California. Within these journeys they're going to search for food and in the end turn back to Japan. Another species like leatherbacks can be located all the way from Chile to Alaska.

Diet requirements are different based on the species. Jellyfish and soft bodied animals are the main food intake for leatherback sea turtles. Greens eat sea grasses. Loggerheads feed on different kinds of crabs and clams. Hawksbills rely on invertebrates and spongy animals and the Kemp’s Ridley will look for crabs.

Humans present many hazards towards the sea turtle. This animal which has lasted over hundred million years. At this point they are endangered by people. On a yearly basis many turtles end their life in fishing nets. With people inhabiting turtles nesting locations, female turtles must find new locations.

In case turtle will get captured in fishing net it's going to die because of absence of air. Nesting sites are being ruined by people whilst developing coastal locations.

Plastic bags drifting in the water are an additional risk to turtles. They resemble jelly fish and the sea turtles might consume them, subsequently blocking their intestines and may kill them.

If nothing at all will improve, our world will eventually be without having these gorgeous creatures. However, there may be hope. Lots of people are assisting to safeguard a sea turtles. It is time for you to act!

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