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Views: 10024 NatGeoOceans
Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings at Bath [1]
Barbados (Caribe) 2009 - Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings coming out of the nest at Bath! Filhotes de tartaruga de pente saindo do ninho na praia de Bath.
Hawksbill Sea Turtle eating sponges
While I was diving in the Philippines, I saw this Hawksbill turtle pulling up big chunks of hard coral and eating the sponges off the bottom.
Views: 2634 Alexandra Rose
Hawksbill Sea Turtle Swimming
A graceful hawksbill sea turtle swimming near Playa del Coco http://costarica.com/playa-del-coco/, in Costa Rica.
Views: 653 Costa Rica
Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings
Barbados (Caribe) 2009 - Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings. Filhotes de tartaruga de pente. Eretmochelys imbricata
The Ocean Food Chain | Turtle's Guide to the Pacific | BBC Earth
New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- The ocean is a complicated place dense with life, feeding other life. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub WATCH MORE: New on Earth: https://bit.ly/2M3La96 Oceanscapes: https://bit.ly/2Hmd2kZ Wild Thailand: https://bit.ly/2kR7lmh" Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of astounding, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Want to share your views with the team behind BBC Earth and win prizes? Join our fan panel: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-details.aspx
Views: 85549 BBC Earth
Hawksbill Sea Turtle - Staniel Cay Diver
Big Rock Reef dive with Staniel Cay Divers
Views: 724 Whit Mahan
Views: 165 Rowan Byrne
Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings going to the sea at night
Barbados (Caribe) - Filhotes de tartaruga de pente indo para o mar de noite (12/08/2008). Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings going to the sea at night (12th August 2008).
Peckish Turtle
A Pacific hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata bissa) at Koh Bon near Thailand's Similan Islands gets a taste for my camera lens. Turtles have a varied diet that includes cnidarians, so I guess he found that the dome port of my camera housing was a jellyfish. The music is by Kevin MacLeod of http://www.incompetech.com Shot in April 2006 with http://www.SantanaPhuket.com More Similan Islands videos on http://www.bubblevision.com/underwater-videos/Similan-Islands/
Views: 185601 Bubble Vision
HD Sea Turtle swimming on reef
http://www.anythingscuba.com Sea turtles are characterized by a long, streamlined shell. Depending on the species, sea turtles color range can be olive-green, yellow, greenish-brown, reddish-brown, or black. Limbs and flippers are adapted for swimming. Adult male and female sea turtles are equal in size.
Views: 229119 ScubaManiac007
Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings at Bath [2]
Barbados (Caribe) 2009 - Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings coming out of the nest at Bath! Filhotes de tartaruga de pente saindo do ninho na praia de Bath.
Hawksbill sea turtle feeding on sponges-Cocos Island, Costa Rica
Critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle exhibiting typical sponge feeding behavior
Views: 1382 abystrom1
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hawksbill sea turtle red sea november 2009
Views: 25 Ian Morrison
Hawksbill Sea Turtle
Hawksbill sea turtle spotted while scuba diving in St. Thomas, USVI.
Views: 95 celtpilot
Hawksbill Turtle Hatchlings South Maui
A small group of excavated rare Hawksbill Turtles joins their other hatchlings in the surf off of South Maui. The previous night a successfull group of nearly 140 emerged from the nest. The nest has been under the watchful eyes of 2 marine biologists and volunteers for 66 continuous days.After that time passes, the biologists gently lift the loosened sand to look for more hatchlings. This time they were rewarded 10 robust little survivors deeper in the sand. HOORAY for these little ones!!!! Enjoy their entry into the BIG BLUE.
Views: 209 DebPhotoGirl
Releasing of Hawksbill Sea Turtle hatchlings
Barbados (Caribe) 2009 - Releasing of Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings in front of Discovery Bay Hotel, Holetown. Soltura de filhotes de tartaruga de pente em frente ao Hotel Discovery Bay em Holetown. Eretmochelys imbricata
Views: 1709 Erich Frederico Betz
Hawksbill Turtle Hatching
Baby Hawksbill Turtles - Kihei, Maui, HI - 11 November 2009
Views: 64 Keith Turner
Bella the Hawksbill sea turtle
Sea Turtle Rescue center - South Padre Island Tx http://www.seaturtleinc.org/
Views: 107 williambozarth
A hawksbill turtle is feeding on a  jellyfish
A hawksbill turtle, (Eretmochelys imbricata) is feeding on a jellyfish. In this case it is a real jelly, but very often sea turtles feed on drifting plastic as it looks like jellyfish. The turtles cannot digest the plastic. They have downward facing spines in their throats which prevents them from regurgitating the rubbish. The plastic gets trapped in the stomach and is blocking other swallowed food to be digested and being afterwards released in a normal way.
Views: 23907 underwatercam
Hawksbill Sea Turtle
Friendly turtle on a dive site at north of Eilat Bay
Views: 14 manta74ray
Cayman Hawksbill Turtle
Hawksbill turtles are most commonly found in hard-bottomed and reef habitats containing sponges. They also reside in shoals, lagoons of oceanic islands, and continental shelves. In general, they are found in water no deeper than sixty feet (18.3 m). When hawksbill turtles are young, the are unable to dive into deep water, and therefore are forced to live in masses of floating sea plants, such as sargassum.
Views: 2554 vipcayman
Hawksbill turtle  (Eretmochelys imbricata)
For more amazing photographs, videos and factfiles view this species on ARKive: http://www.arkive.org/hawksbill-turtle/eretmochelys-imbricata/ Hawksbill turtle swimming in habitat. For more fascinating images and videos of the world's endangered species, visit http://www.arkive.org and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Views: 8303 Wildscreen Arkive
Hawksbill sea turtle at Speightstown in the morning
Barbados (Caribe): a Hawksbill sea turtle during the morning covering the nest at Speightstown. Tartaruga de Pente cobrindo o ninho de manhã em Speightstown. Eretmochelys imbricata
Views: 1697 Erich Frederico Betz
Newborn Hawksbill Turtles South Maui - Go Baby!
Hawksbill hatchlings make their way to the sea at Kealia Beach, Kihei, Hawaii. They will return to this same coast in approximately 20 to 40 years to make their own nests. If you would like to learn more about hawksbills, be a turtle volunteer, or donate to the Hawaii Wildlife Fund, please visit www.wildhawaii.org
Views: 2238 MsSwanbar
Release of Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
AUG. 2006 - The Kemp's ridley sea turtle was on the brink of extinction, but thanks to cooperation between Mexico and the United States, the endangered turtle population is on the rise. For information about sea turtle nesting at the Padre Island National Seashore in Texas, visit www.nps.gov/pais
Hawksbill Turtles
Hawksbill Turtle Hatching - 11 Noveber 2009 - Kihei, HI
Views: 25 Keith Turner
Hawksbill Female Laying Eggs in Ecuador - Conservation International (CI)
http://www.conservation.org The turtle tagging team in Ecuador taped this hawksbill female laying her eggs on the beach. Learn more at: http://www.conservation.org/learn/species/profiles/turtles/sea_turtles/hawksbill/Pages/expeditions.aspx
Dangerous Breeding | Turtle's Guide to the Pacific | BBC Earth
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Views: 22065 BBC Earth
Hawksbill Turtle
Hawksbill Turtle
Views: 28 Simon Rushton
Hawksbill Turtle
Male Hawksbill Turtle
I spotted this MASSIVE male hawksbill turtle at "The Maze" dive site off of South Caicos island. Male sea turtles are very rare, tending to spend their time out at sea, only returning to coastal waters to find mates. Also on the same dive I saw at least two, if not three, other female Hawksbills, leading me to believe they were attracted to him in some way. There's very little (if any) research that documents this sort of activity.
Views: 65 bmatulis
Hawksbill Turtle Hatchlings
A group of tiny hawksbill turtles makes their way into the BIG BLUE on the south shore of Maui. Thanks to the Dawn Patrol and dedicated Marine Biologists for your work to preserve these rare turtles by assisting them on their journey!!!!!! Mahalo
Views: 42 DebPhotoGirl
Sea Turtle in St. John USVI Hawksbill at Hawksnest
Caribbean Hawksbill Sea Turtle in St. John USVI.
Views: 1332 StJohnJason
Hatched Sea Turtles approaching towards sea water at Gahirmatha
Sea Turtles are turtles found in all the world's oceans. There are seven living species of sea turtles: flatback, green sea turtle, Hawksbill, Kemp's Ridley, Leatherback, Loggerhead and Olive Ridley. The Olive Ridleys follow a set Nesting behavior. Females usually nest during the warmest months of the year & they return to the same nesting beach each year. Females may nest every two to three years. March 2009 saw thousands of Olive Ridley Turtles making their annual journey to the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary in Orissa for laying eggs. Contrary to Greenpeace campaign against Tata, Tata Dhamra Project dredging activities in the nearby Dhamra port, away from the nesting area has not affected the migration of these rare species in any ways.
Views: 781 ecodhamra
Tiny Hawksbill Turtle
Views: 45 lcw1115
Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) Hatching Makena State Park
hawksbill turtle hatching from the sixth nest at Makena State Park on November 9, 2008. Twenty-one turtles come out at 6:43 PM. Three had been just below the surface for hours waiting for conditions to be right. Shot with infrared. Later 85 turtles would be found in the excavation of the nest.
Views: 244 DrLeisure1
Hawksbill Sea Turtle at daytime
A Hawksbill sea turtle going back to the sea after laying her eggs at daytime. Mullins Beach, Barbados, West Indies, Caribbean. 16th May 2009. Tartaruga de Pente voltando para a água após desova diurna na praia de Mullins, Barbados, Caribe. 16 de maio de 2009. Eretmochelys imbricata
Scuba Diving Video of Hawksbill Turtles in Bonaire
This is some footage of a few hawksbill turtles we dove with during a trip to Bonaire in June of 2009.
Views: 688 CoconutTelegraph
Indonesia Saving the Green Turtle
In 1999, the green sea turtle in Indonesia had reached endangered levels. Since then, Indonesia has taken action to conserve the animal. Several fishermen, who used to collect turtle eggs for sale, have now turned into conservationists. [Nanang Sakro, Former Turtle Hunter]: "I was a fisherman and turtle hunter eight years ago but my son told me to stop, then I joined the conservation center and kept them safe at the center. I'm old now, and feel sorry for my bad conscience at that time." The turtles come ashore to Ujung Genteng from August to November each year to lay thousands of eggs. The eggs are a local delicacy in West Java. But eating all of them led to a decline in the number of sea turtles hatched at the beach to return to sea and come back to lay eggs for future generations and for food. So the government started a conservation center and also offers support to the hatching facility. [Janawi, Conservation Official]: "We reminded the locals that the green sea turtle is an endangered animal. We told them that from 1,000 baby turtles released by the center, only one will possibly return to this nesting area to lay their eggs, so we need to have a conservation program to save them. Thank God they agreed." This year, about four thousand sea turtles laid their eggs. The villagers also have opportunity to earn extra income at the center. It's not just a conservation center for turtles but also an information and research center, providing an opportunity for villagers and fishermen to earn extra income if they serve as guides for tourists. Many tourists visit the center to see the turtles in their natural surroundings and egg-laying process, and baby turtles being released into the sea. Indonesian law prohibits killing the sea turtles and collecting their eggs and have protected six species of turtle — Leatherback Turtle, Loggerhead Turtle, Hawksbill Turtle, Pacific Ridley Turtle, Flat-back Turtle and Green Turtle.
Views: 2096 NTDTV
Juvenile Green Turtle Sick from Plastic Ingestion - Conservation International (CI)
http://www.conservation.org The turtle tagging team in Ecuador found this juvenile green turtle on the beach in bad shape. Algae and parasites on his shell indicated he was too weak to move, and a plastic bag was protruding from his cloaca (the single opening for excretion and reproduction). Unfortunately, this turtle died and the team found that his gut was full of plastic. Learn more at: http://www.conservation.org/learn/species/profiles/turtles/sea_turtles/hawksbill/Pages/expeditions.aspx
Stewie the Sea Turtle
Stewie is one of two green sea turtles living at the Tennessee Aquarium. All seven species of sea turtles are endangered. Three, the Leatherback, Kemps Ridley, and Hawksbill turtles are critically endangered. Find out more and see what you can do to help.
Views: 263 Oceans4EverVids

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