Sunday, April 22, 2012

Rich was lucky enough to be spending much of his time on the coast of Dog Island. The thousands of seabirds lining the coast were amazing, but it was always worth looking down into the turquoise sea where Green Turtles were often feeding in the bays and coves. Sea turtles spend most of their lives submerged, usually spending four or five minutes feeding before surfacing for only a couple of seconds. However they can also rest or sleep underwater for much longer, even for several hours, but only if activity is kept to a minimum. (c) Richard Brown

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