Sea Turtle Conservation
Sea turtles in music, in traditions, in gastronomy, in literature and other parts of human culture.
Scientists are continually conducting research to broaden the understanding of sea turtles and their increasingly threatened populations.
Negative and positive aspects around the existence of sea turtles related to people; From the traffic of eggs and shells to emotional releases of offspring to the sea.
All sea turtles are in danger of disappearing for various reasons, almost all of them involved with human activities without environmental responsibility.
Sea turtles also suffer the consequences of global warming, a problem that affects both marine and terrestrial ecosystems, affecting the natural cycle of these species.
Captivity is not synonymous with mistreatment. Some specimens have to spend days, weeks, months or years in rehabilitation and observation for having suffered any injury or illness.