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Male green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Male green turtles almost never leave the water, except in a few places (i.e. Hawaii) where they rest on the shore.

Banco de Imagens Projeto TAMAR2013

TAMAR

TAMAR
Mata de São João, Brazil

Male turtles are distinguished by longer claws on their fore flippers and a longer and thicker tail. They almost never leave the water, except in a few places (i.e. Hawaii) where they rest on the shore.

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  • Title: Male green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Male green turtles almost never leave the water, except in a few places (i.e. Hawaii) where they rest on the shore.
  • Creator: Banco de Imagens Projeto TAMAR
  • Date Created: 2013
  • Location: Fernando de Noronha, Pernambuco, Brasil

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