The Survival of Sea Turtles

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Young sea turtles face incredible odds against their survival from natural causes like predation and environmental challenges. Naturally, about 20 in one-thousand sea turtles survive to breeding age.

But humans are making their lives a lot more difficult. It’s estimated that, since human interference started impacting the oceans and beach nesting grounds, only two in one-thousand survive the perilous journey from egg to breeding age.

Watch the video to learn more about its miraculous existence against incredible odds.

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