13KempsRidley


13KempsRidley

Some of about 3000 newly hatched Kemp’s ridley turtles crawl toward sea at dawn, July 17, 2010, at Playa Rancho Nuevo, Mexico, the endangered sea turtle’s main nesting ground and hatching area. 13,000 nests were laid in 2010, and about 12,000 produced hatchlings. The baby turtles swim directly out into the Gulf to reach sargassum sea weed habitat — which is also the area with about 4000 oil and gas rigs, and which was polluted by the BP oil spill.

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