Chainsaw Carved Sea Turtles; Defense Mechanisms, Return to Same Beaches & Other Turtle Facts

One of the most well-known creatures of the sea happens to be the sea turtle. They are one of the things that people want to come across during their snorkeling trips, check out at a local aquarium or see in a movie. There are movies that show these amazing creatures in their natural habitat that show how elegant and beautiful they are. They also have some really fun characterizations in animation that even the youngest of kids start loving them. There are seven species of sea turtle that exist in the world and out of them six are on an endangered list. They are something that we all need to work to make their habitat better so they can exist in our seas and oceans. The love of sea turtles are easy to see when you check out some fun facts about them and their behaviors.

Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carving List Fun Facts About Sea Turtles

Sea Turtles Are Vulnerable: When you think of a turtle in general you most likely think of the ones that walk on land and when you get too close they sink back into their shell. This is a way for them to defend themselves if there is a threat. When it comes to sea turtles that defense is nonexistent. They don’t have the ability to hide their head or legs in their shell meaning they are not susceptible to being attacked by a predator. Their only defense mechanisms are their hard shell and excellent swimming abilities.
Sea Turtles Are Good at Swimming: If you are learning more about a creature that lives the majority of their life in the water you would expect them to be able to swim well. Sea turtles they are great at swimming and the reason that you can tell is the amount of traveling they do. They have been known to travel up to 10,000 miles in a single year.
Sea Turtles Have A Home: Even though sea turtles are good at swimming and also do a lot of traveling they have a home. You might know that the ocean is a large body that doesn’t seem like anything can know where they are but that is not true. Sea turtles are so amazing and care for their home so much that they will go back to the beach they were born at to lay their own eggs when the time comes.
Sea Turtles Love Family: Sea turtles can be seen going to the same beach year after year to lay their clutch of eggs. Depending on the species of turtle that you are talking about, they can lay up to 200 eggs in a single nest. People know where these commonly occur and will sit out to see the amazing sight of thousands of baby sea turtles coming out of the nest and into the water.
How to Tell The Gender of a Sea Turtle: When a human being is conceived they already have the elements of either a male or a female right from the start. The interesting thing about sea turtles is that their sex is determined while in the nest. If the nest that the eggs are in is a cooler temperature there will be more males born and the warmer the nest the more females will emerge.

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