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Leatherback turtle baby hatchlings running out to sea at night after coming out of nest. Warmamedi, Jamursbamedi, Bird's Head Peninsula, West Papua Indonesia Leatherback turtle baby hatchlings running out to sea at night after coming out of nest. Warmamedi, Jamursbamedi, Bird's Head Peninsula, West Papua Indonesia

Leatherback turtle baby hatchlings running out to sea at night after coming out of nest. Warmamedi, Jamursbamedi, Bird's Head Peninsula, West Papua Indonesia Leatherback turtle baby hatchlings running out to sea at night after coming out of nest. Warmamedi, Jamursbamedi, Bird's Head Peninsula, West Papua Indonesia

Leatherback baby turtle running out from its nest towards the sea. Leatherback baby turtle running out from its nest towards the sea

Leatherback baby turtle running out from its nest towards the sea. Leatherback baby turtle running out from its nest towards the sea

Split level of mating green turtles in the reef shallows Split level of mating green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in the reef shallows.

Split level of mating green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in the reef shallows.

Baby green turtle hatchling swimming to the sea still in the shallows of the beach. Baby green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling swimming to the sea still in the shallows of the beach.

Baby green turtle hatchling swimming to the sea still in the shallows of the beach. Baby green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling swimming to the sea still in the shallows of the beach.

Leatherback sea turtle underwater Leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) underwater

Leatherback sea turtle underwater Leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) underwater

Green turtle (Chelonia mydas)  with schooling jacks (Cranax sexfasciatus). Green turtle (Chelonia mydas)  with schooling jacks (Cranax sexfasciatus).

Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) with schooling jacks (Cranax sexfasciatus). Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) with schooling jacks (Cranax sexfasciatus).