Leatherback turtles can be found in a variety of locations ranging from the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific ocean and other parts of the world including Canada, Norway, New Zealand and South America. This species of turtle ... More »

Leatherback turtles are migratory animals that survive on a diet that consists primarily of jellyfish. Because their foraging locations are populated by large fisheries, these aquatic reptiles are at a great risk of beco... More »

According to National Geographic, leatherback sea turtles are the largest turtles on Earth, have soft and rubbery shells and thrive in a number of habitats. They live in the frigid waters around Canada and Norway, the te... More »

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Sea turtles are known to live in every ocean basin in the world except in the polar regions. They can also be found on coastal regions and they migrate long distances in search of food. More »

An adult green sea turtle can weigh as much as 300 to 350 pounds, and the leatherback sea turtle can grow up to 1,500 pounds. Green sea turtles are huge animals that can grow as large as 3 to 4 feet in length, while leat... More »

Turtles get their food by swimming around the ocean and then cutting into their food with their razor-sharp beaks. Sea turtles eat jellyfish, small fish, algae and crabs. More »

Turtles, including tortoises and terrapins, have varying life spans depending on the species. Some live only 10 to 25 years, while others live for over 150 years. The oldest recorded turtle is Harriet the Turtle, who die... More »