This is when the biggest sea turtle in the world comes out of the water and onto the beach. A beautiful leatherback turtle has come out of the water to rest on the sand.At the end of this article, you can watch a video.
This video clip shows an amazing scene: a huge leatherback turtle came up from the deep ocean to rest on the beach and think about her long life. This turtle video was first taken by a visitor at an unknown beach, but it seems to have been mostly forgotten by the media, though a few independent outlets did report on it.
Several people watched in wonder and excitement as the huge turtle used her flippers to move slowly across the sandy beach and back into the water, which was her home. After a few tries, the sea turtle can get back into the water. It then rides the waves of the beautiful sea, never to be seen again. This was a very rare thing to see. If you can’t be there, the next best thing is to watch this movie.
I bet the turtle was 150 years old and still healthy. It’s funny how her drive drops when the water goes back. I think she’s smart enough to wait for the water to come back, since she can move around better in water. Let Mother Nature take care of the hard work. Leatherback turtles are known for being some of the biggest turtles on Earth. Unlike turtles that live in freshwater, sea turtles can get pretty big. What do you want? These turtles can grow up to seven feet long and weigh up to 2,000 pounds, almost a ton.
During mating season, turtles come out of the water to dig a nest and lay their eggs in the sand near the water so that the eggs can hatch safely and the species can keep growing. When the eggs hatch, the baby sea turtles are close enough to the water to run away and start their lives. Remember, though, that it takes these babies a crazy 15 to 20 years to grow up. There are probably turtles on Earth that are 100 years old right now, and if you saw one, you might not even know it.
Let’s all do what we can to keep all endangered or threatened animals living as long as possible, not just leatherback sea turtles