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Swimming with Sea Turtles and Kenzie Wild Child

Swimming with Sea Turtles and Kenzie Wild Child


We’re on a hunt for sea turtles and I hear
there’s some in the next bay over there. There’s some turtles down there let’s go find them.
Right now we’re in one of these coves in Oahu which is very rare that you would see turtles
in any others but this is one that all the turtles just hang out in and right now out
there is some snorkelers. You’ve got to be very careful of the waves in the coral reefs.
I’m gonna go have a look-see. I had a good look around. I didn’t see any but I do know
they’re out there. Like all sea turtles the green sea turtle is an endangered species.
Green sea turtles are herbivores. They eat sea grasses and other seaborne plants. This
is so awesome! Did you know sea turtles cannot pull their heads into their shells? The average
lifespan of a green sea turtle is over eighty years! And they can get up to five feet in
length and seven hundred pounds in weight. Woah! The more we learn about these beautiful
creatures, the better chance of their continued survival. I had the most awesome experience
ever, I actually went swimming with sea turtles and we actually found one! It was so cool!
We were there to observe. If you find sea turtles in the wild please don’t touch them
or feed them, thank you. See ya next time!

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