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It was found at the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
I agree whit Madasa
Another grate shot Congratulations
They are Green Turtles - you can see they only have two scutes on the forehead. Hawksbills have four in a grid shape: http://www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety...
Lovely spot! Do they react at all to you when you are diving?
Thanks guys!! Amber, it's at the great barrier reef, in Cairns, Australia!
Cool! Red sea turtles! Where did you find them?!?!?
In that area your two options are Hawksbill turtles or Green turtles. Green turtles, by the way, are not green, but have green tinged fat - which is why the sailors gave them their name.
Beautiful turtles, and really cool photo about them!
Spotted on Oct 4, 2010 Submitted on May 7, 2011
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