Green sea turtle at Bora Bora. Green sea turtles are able to hold their breath for hours at a time. Because they are cold-blooded, the temperature of the water affects their ability to hold their breath.
Super-star of the beach. Often the giant tortoises will wander onto the beaches to eat washed-up seedpods.
Baby desert tortoise hatching from its egg.
Sea turtle riding a jellyfish.
140 year old turtle mom with her 5 day old son.
The albino African spurred tortoise, also called the sulcata tortoise, is a species of tortoise, which inhabits the southern edge of the Sahara desert, in northern Africa.
Turtles laying millions of eggs on a beach.
Tiny turtle swimming in the ocean, Florida.
Green sea turtle getting cleaned by yellow tang and gold-ring Surgeonfish.
Giant tortoises in pond.
Happy little turtle.
Baby turtle running to the sea.