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Sea turtle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sea turtles (superfamily Chelonioidea), sometimes called marine turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines. There are seven species of sea turtles.

Sea Turtles | Basic Facts About Sea Turtles | Defenders of ...
Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts about sea turtles.

Facts About Sea Turtles - About.com Education
There are seven recognized species of sea turtles, and all are endangered. Learn facts about sea turtles, including where they live, how they reproduce, and what they ...

Turtle Island Restoration Network - SeaTurtles.Org
Turtle Island Restoration Network is a top ocean conservation and marine protection organization that works to save sea turtles, whales, dolphins, sharks, salmon ...

Sea Turtle Research - conserveturtles.org
Sea turtles are large, air-breathing reptiles that inhabit tropical and subtropical seas throughout the world. Sea turtles around the world have been studied to help ...

Sea Turtles Wear Poop-Collecting Swimsuits For Research
How do researchers collect fecal samples from endangered sea turtles? They throw swimsuits and diapers on them and wait until they poop, obviously.

Turtle Trax - A Sea Turtle Page
To Clothahump, the first sea turtle we ever met. Originally a tribute, this excerpt from The Little Prince has become our metaphorical mission statement.

Sea Turtles :: NOAA Fisheries
Sea turtles, also called marine turtles, are air-breathing reptiles with streamlined bodies and large flippers. They are well-adapted to life in the marine ...

Sea Turtle | Species | WWF - World Wildlife Fund
Sea turtles are a fundamental link in marine ecosystems. Learn how WWF works to stop bycatch, illegal trade, and habitat loss that threaten marine turtles? survival.

Sea Turtle Characteristics, Reproduction and Conservation
Sea turtles are reptiles that live in a marine or brackish environment. Learn about sea turtle reproduction, distribution, classification and conservation status.

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