This enormous (and yet, underweight) leatherback sea turtle got stranded in the right place at the right time. Rescued by IFAW and Mass. Audubon, rehabbed and released by the New England Aquarium, he’s now on the move with a new lease on life. This could be only the third time in history for a successful leatherback sea turtle rescue and release! Here’s how it went down:
Love and turtles are fleeting.
They love each other and hate everything else. Probably not, but it’s fun to personify animals!
At 1:12, a distinct belch comes out of this desert tortoise. You’re welcome, America.
Turtle Talk is a Disney theme park attraction that lets the audience interact with Crush, the sea turtle from Finding Nemo. Normally things are pretty tame, but this time Crush was in on a surprise.
Next time you want to complain about your grandpa, remember these crotchety turtles and tortoises.
Tommy the tortoise has a little problem eating a piece of tomato.
turtle loves Wellington boot
Seven endangered sea turtles released back into ocean
Future teenage mutant army
turtles have a funny way to have sex
On July 4, Pacific Northwest Turtleworks hatched their smallest ever turtle: a mini musk weighing in at 1.22 grams. But now she needs a name. Can you help?
What’s crazy is, this isn’t the first time. Next thing you know, “Best Dog Riding A Tortoise Movie” is going to be an Oscars category.
Considering this video documents the trials and tribulations of sea turtles from egg to adult, it’s awfully adorable. This was originally part of Scott Gass’s Ted Ed lesson called The Survival of the Sea Turtle.
Turtles and tortoises are perfect in every way, and yet the internet is still dominated by cats. I honestly shouldn’t need to explain this to you guys, but here’s why you should be giving turtles your attention instead.