A reptile detachment, a sea turtle is an animal that lives in salty waters. Sea turtles are much larger than land turtles. Sea turtles come mainly from the tropics and tropical waters, they do not like cold latitudes. Let’s look at some interesting facts about the life of sea turtles: how do sea turtles multiply, how can the sea turtle feed, how does the sea turtle breathe, how to keep sea turtles, how to determine the sex of the sea turtle, what the sea turtles eat and how they live, how many and where the sea turtles live Turtles. What a sea turtle looks like can be seen in photos and pictures.
Turtles appeared millions of years ago and during this time they practically did not change. What does the sea turtle look like? The characteristic features of sea turtles are their well developed front paws, which they use as fins. The hind legs of the tortoise are practically devoid of movement. Sea turtles, unlike land, can not draw limbs into the shell. And this kind of a large sea turtle, like leathery, is characterized by a lack of shell in general, its photos can be found on the Internet.
Sluggish sea turtles only when they are on the ground, in the sea they are transformed. Their speed increases so that even scuba divers sometimes do not have time for them. Nature has awarded the turtles everything necessary to make them excellent swimmers. Scientists have found out several factors why turtles so well swim and orient themselves in the water space:
The sea turtle remembers perfectly the place in which it was born. Derivation of offspring from the sea turtle occurs exactly in that place. During a grandiose migration, sea turtles are guided by the magnetic field of the Earth.
Some species of sea turtles, for example, the tortoise of Riedley, lay eggs in the sand only once a year. And according to scientists, the birth of new sea turtles occurs in the place where the previous ones were born. After the sea turtle lays eggs, it digests them with sand and compacts the masonry place so that it is not noticed by predators. After she safely hid the clutch, the sea turtle retreats back into the water, and does not wait until the turtle hatch. Small sea turtles live not for long, about 10 minutes. On the way to the water they are eaten by birds of prey. And those who were lucky enough to get to the water in their entirety become prey to marine predators. Only 1 turtle of 100 births remains alive. And, having matured, she will necessarily return to the place of her birth, to continue her kind.