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Views: 12122 NatGeoOceans
Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings
Barbados (Caribe) 2009 - Hawksbill sea turtle hatchlings. Filhotes de tartaruga de pente. Eretmochelys imbricata
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.
Turtle-Cam Shows Jellyfish Lunch | National Geographic
In researching sea turtles in Australia, National Geographic's Crittercam researchers discovered a surprise in the eating habits of the marine creatures. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Turtle-Cam Shows Jellyfish Lunch | National Geographic https://youtu.be/adgduwI1xsc National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Hawksbill Sea Turtle Swimming
A graceful hawksbill sea turtle swimming near Playa del Coco http://costarica.com/playa-del-coco/, in Costa Rica.
Views: 658 Costa Rica
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.
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Views: 168 Rowan Byrne
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
Green Sea Turtles in Danger - Moreton Bay
In Australia, a highly toxic, alien invader is attacking the protected habitat of Moreton Bays endangered green turtles. Destroying all the vegetation in its path, the notorious fireweed is wreaking havoc on the turtles natural diet and challenging the comeback of these ancient creatures. Deploying National Geographics Crittercam®, researchers learn how the turtles are coping, and search for ways to protect them from the invading slime.
Views: 11647 NatGeoOceans
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: 2558 vipcayman
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: 68 bmatulis
Hawksbill Turtle-Andaman Sea, Thailand
my first dive in Thailand 2008, it was excellent!!
Views: 103 h1ppietreefriends
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
turtles of the caribbean
sea turtles around st. kitts and tobago cays. hawksbill and green turtles
Views: 362 caribolark
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: 2257 MsSwanbar
Perhentian trip - hawksbill turtle
turtle munching jellyfish
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Hawksbill Sea Turtle
Friendly turtle on a dive site at north of Eilat Bay
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hawksbill sea turtle
hawksbill sea turtle red sea november 2009
Views: 25 Ian Morrison
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: 790 ecodhamra
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: 2811 Alexandra Rose
Hawksbill Turtle Hatching
Baby Hawksbill Turtles - Kihei, Maui, HI - 11 November 2009
Views: 64 Keith Turner
Hawksbill Turtle
Hawksbill Turtle
Views: 20 Simon Rushton
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: 1716 Erich Frederico Betz
Bella the Hawksbill sea turtle
Sea Turtle Rescue center - South Padre Island Tx http://www.seaturtleinc.org/
Views: 108 williambozarth
Hawksbill sea turtle feeding on sponges-Cocos Island, Costa Rica
Critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle exhibiting typical sponge feeding behavior
Views: 1454 abystrom1
Crush the hawksbill sea turtle getting into his harness
Crush is a hawksbill sea turtle rescued as a hatchling. When Crush was 18 months old he began getting ready for his eventual release. Barbara Whitman, marine biologist and owner of Under the Sea Sealife Education Centre on Nevis in the West Indies, took Crush out for swims in the Caribbean so he could get used to being in the wild, strengthen his muscles, learn how to forage for food and interact with other sea creatures. Crush was released December 2007. He has been seen a few time since, most recently on February 17, 2009 not far from where he was released. He has grown quite a bit and looks healthy. For more information on Crush visit www.undertheseanevis.com.
Views: 621 undertheseanevis
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: 1711 Erich Frederico Betz
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: 210 DebPhotoGirl
Hawksbill Hunting by Turtle Trax
Hawaiian hawksbills, or 'ea, are extremely rare, so we count ourselves lucky whenever we see one. We spotted this particular 'ea right at the start of our dive. They often don't hang around long, but this one was completely unconcerned by us, and was only interested in getting lunch. The 'ea eat sponges, and to get at them they dig up the reef. To be accurate, they make holes in the coral. Sometimes these are pretty large holes, as you'll see. There are no coral conservationists among the 'ea.
Views: 598 Turtle Trax
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 - Staniel Cay Diver
Big Rock Reef dive with Staniel Cay Divers
Views: 749 Whit Mahan
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
Dr Leisure Talks about  Hawksbill Turtles Nesting and Hatching at Makena State Park
Dr Leisure talks about the hawksbill turtle nesting at Makena State Park. He talks about the idea of two different turtles responsible for the four nests at Makena. On the beach he points out the tracks of the turtle that came in the night before to put down the fourth nest of the season.
Views: 1009 DrLeisure1
Baby Hawksbill Turtle - Panama
Watching a baby hawksbill turtle shortly after it hatched make its way to the Caribbean Ocean in Bocas del Toro, Panama (http://www.tranquilobay.com/adventures/).
Views: 578 Tranquilo Bay
Hawksbill capture El Pardito 2
In-water scientific monitoring of extremely rare Eastern Pacific hawksbill sea turtles. The turtles are caught in nets (which are checked every hour around the clock to ensure turtles do not drown), measured, tagged if needed and released into the wild. So little is known about Eastern Pacific hawksbills that this type of information gathering is critical to understanding just how endangered this population is. Video courtesy of Alex Gaos - Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative (ICAPO).
Views: 166 NFWF
Hawksbill Turtle off Cozumel
Hawksbill Turtle off Cozumel
Views: 29 Bill Colwell
Hawksbill Sea Turtle at "Labyrinth" in Utila
Here's a hungry hawksbill eating some stuff at the "Labyrinth" dive site in Utila, Honduras.
Views: 116 Colby Smith
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
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).
TELUR RANGERS - Hawksbill Turtles in captivity at Malacca Hatchery
As part of Telur Rangers' roadtrip, we visited the hatchery and education centre run by the Dept of Fisheries in Malacca. A few Hawksbill turtles are kept in captivity to educate the public.
Views: 157 telurrangers
Sea Turtle in St. John USVI Hawksbill at Hawksnest
Caribbean Hawksbill Sea Turtle in St. John USVI.
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Hawksbill Turtles at Club St. Croix, St. Croix USVI
We did our best to help 70-100 Hawksbill hatchlings on their journey to the ocean. Unfortunately, the bright security lights of the complex where we live were leading them in the opposite way of the ocean. They were found some 30 feet away from the beach, in the grass, headed towards our porch. When they hatch, they instinctively follow the brightest light in the sky, which is supposed to be the moon and stars.... not security lights from our complex! We attempted to simulate moonlight by using flashlights. We had two people standing in the ocean with flashlights the hatchlings. One at the entry point on the beach and another some 20 ft out in the ocean. It was cloudy and the lights where we live are very bright. Apparently, beach lighting is a big contributing problem to the decline in sea turtle populations. ughhhh They have been listed as Endangered for 39 years! "The hawksbill turtle was listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) as endangered in 1970." http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/species/turtles/hawksbill.htm Handling endangered species is a very sensitive issue and in most cases against the law. If you experience an event similar to this, it is best to contact your local governmental environmental agency. Although the flashlights seemed to work, shining flashlights into the ocean also can attract fish that will eat the hatchlings, among other things.
Views: 694 Kynoch Reale-Munroe
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
Hawksbill Turtles
Hawksbill Turtle Hatching - 11 Noveber 2009 - Kihei, HI
Views: 25 Keith Turner

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