Sea Turtles
Leatherback Sea Turtles

How are you saving the Leatherback Turtles?

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March 15, 2008 1:50AM

I have been adopting them online. I don't mean adopting as in they are staying in my home I mean adopting as in paying money so a envoirmental group can take care of them.

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yes.Singapore have leatherback turtles

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Yes, they are the same, Leatherbacks only live in the sea

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The leatherback sea turtle is 6 feet

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The three main enemies of a leatherback Sea Turtle are gulls, crabs, and killer whales lauren is awesome and also unicorns eat leatherback turtles :)

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Though there is no certain population of the Leatherback turtle, scientists have found a population of females nesting in in Gabon, West Africa. The population was between 15,730 and 41,373 female Leatherback turtles.

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they r from the floridan cost

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They weigh up to 1700 pounds they are the biggest turtles!

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yes they do and also do Leatherback turtles

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The leatherback is a sea turtle, not found in Indiana. But it is in trouble, and fully protected.

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no. they r not nocturnal.

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they're not, but they are critically endangered

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Leatherback Sea Turtles

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they are called hatchlinngs

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the lifespan of a leatherback turtle is unknown due to the fact that they remain far out in the ocean. the males never return to land but the females lay their eggs on open beaches. this is also the reason for the lack of knowledge about the exact number of leatherback turtles remaining in the wild. in captivity leatherback turtles live for approx. 50-60 years.