All sea turtle species are considered endangered or threatened in at least part of their ranges.
Scientists have discovered that the gender of a sea turtle is determined by the temperature of the sand during egg incubation.
Scientists captured footage of a hawkbill sea turtle emitting neon green and red light.
In fact, this is the only documented Kemp’s ridley sea turtle ever be found alive in Nova Scotia.
January 9, 2015 Three Minnesota Brothers Spend 300 Hours Making 12-Foot sea turtle Snow Sculpture!