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Diamondbacks are Amazing | Save the Beaches

Diamondbacks are Amazing

A female Diamondback turtle can lay fertile eggs for several years after a single mating.  She has the ability to store live sperm that is later used to fertilize eggs. ending upon her size, the female may lay as many as five times per year. Look out for turtles as the weather warms up, they sometimes cross Ocean Parkway to lay their eggs in the sand.

Turtle Facts

Turtles Die on LI

American Tortoise Rescue

May 23rd is World Turtle Day.

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