An adorable turtle looks up to see a dragonfly landing on his nose. Is this the beginning of a new friendship or a quick bite to eat?
While it does seem like this turtle has been hibernating for years, she actually emerged after two weeks in a muddy lake that had dried up.
It is absolutely mind-blowing to see the different colorful and patterned varieties of turtle shells there are from species to species. This photo by Garden State Tortoise gives nine excellent examples. Top row left to right: eastern box turtle, pancake tortoise and Bell’s hingeback tortoise. Middle row left to right: radiated tortoise, Florida box turtle […]
Today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day goes to these baby turtles making their way along the sand. So cute and incredibly adorable, but also in need of our protection. Fortunately, because of the efforts of many people, baby turtle sightings like these don’t need to be a rare occasion. Last year, baby turtles returned to […]
What a face! Today’s image of the day goes to this awesome hawksbill sea turtle. Hawksbill turtles are traditionally found close to the coast in the tropical waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. Their shelf length can grow in size to about 45 inches and they can get up to about 150 pounds. […]