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UploadedMarch 20, 2008
TakenMay 29, 2007
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 20D
Exposure1/100 sec at f/6.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length19 mm
ISO100
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A teary-eyed leatherback sea turtle lays her eggs on Trinidad's North coast.

These amazing animals can grow to 8 feet (2.5 m) in length and weigh nearly 2,000 pounds (900 kg). The same turtles that nest in Trinidad swim all the way to Nova Scotia to feed on jellyfish.

Although leatherbacks have been around since dinosaurs walked the Earth, they are now threatened with extinction due to human actions. In particular, populations in the Pacific have declined by 90% in just 20 years.

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  • Karen Zimmerman

    Karen Zimmerman gave props (29 Mar 2008):

    What amazing creatures! Terrific shot!

  • Julie Stiefel

    Julie Stiefel gave props (29 Mar 2008):

    Fantastic capture !! This should be submitted to "Human Impact" !! Poor beastie.

  • eugenia vanni

    eugenia vanni said (9 Apr 2008):

    wow!it remembers me a seal... a little bit.
    fantastic and interesting animal and nice shot!

  • Warren ~Mangione~

    Warren ~Mangione~ gave props (31 Jul 2008):

    What a fabulous shot! So many creatures disappearing. It is sooo sad what we have done to nature.

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