Turtles in the Med

Turtles in the Med This animated segment explains the different facets of a sea turtle's life, offering descriptions of their habitats, mating, and ecological concerns. Learn what is being done in the Mediterranean and what steps you can take to help preserve these creatures. National Marine Aquarium
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Turtles in the Med


This animated segment explains the different facets of a sea turtle's life, offering descriptions of their habitats, mating, and ecological concerns. Learn what is being done in the Mediterranean and what steps you can take to help preserve these creatures.

National Marine Aquarium

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Mark Hannah

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